I have two wonderful opportunities for you to consider over the march break!
A book club that will provide you with a free resource put on by the Equity and Social Justice Committee as well as a subsidize March break breakfast on behalf of the Political Action/Public Relations Committee
The Social Equity and Justice Committee have chosen “Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World” as the novel for their yearly book club.
This year three dates have been chosen for those that are interested:
March 20th – Receive your free copy of the book to read over the next two weeks. This is an intermediate novel and can also be used in your classrooms.
April 3rd – Attend a round table discussion about the novel, facilitated by E&SJ committee members, Laura Schilling and Carole Zettel
April 10th – Enjoy a screening of the biopic film Temple Grandin
Snack and beverages will be provided for all three evenings. The first meeting will take place at the local office and depending on interest other locations can be discussed.
If you are interested contact email@example.com for more information or to register.
This is a fantastic way to meet other Occasional Teachers and also develop a greater understanding of autism.
March Break Breakfast
The PA/PR Committee is proud to present our March Break Breakfast at the Galt View Restaurant on Thursday March 13th at 9:30am. Come and order off the menu for the low cost of just $5. This is a social event hosted by the PA/PR Committee and is always well attended by members as well as the executive. This is great chance to discuss Occasional Teaching in an informal atmosphere or to just enjoy some good food and good company.
Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance to ensure space.
Galt View Resturant
693 Coronation, Cambridge