REGINA – A new school year begins today across Saskatchewan, and CUPE represented education support staff are welcoming new and returning students to their first day of classes.
“CUPE education workers are dedicated to supporting the learning of Saskatchewan students throughout the school year,” said Jackie Christianson, Vice-President of CUPE Saskatchewan and chair of the CUPE Education Workers’ Steering Committee. “Students can count on CUPE members to help with the first day jitters and make time at school a successful and safe experience.”
CUPE represents nearly 8,000 education workers across Saskatchewan in the pre K-12 school system. From educational assistants to library assistants and technicians, custodians to trades workers, school secretaries to school bus drivers, social workers to computer technicians, CUPE members support Saskatchewan students each and every school day.
Fore more information, contact:
Nathan Markwart, Executive Assistant, CUPE Saskatchewan at 306-757-1009
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