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DAT Congratulates Miss Rolle

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2017 National General Meeting

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 “Teachers Matter”    because    “It Starts with the Teacher”.

WTD FLYER 2014

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Celia is First Vice President of CUT

President of the Dominica Association of Teachers and immediate past 2nd Vice President of the Caribbean Union of Teachers Mrs. Celia Nicholas was elected unopposed to the Office of First Vice President of the Caribbean Union of Teachers.  She was elected to the post when the CUT held its 36th Biennial Conference in Georgetown, Guyana from August 5 to 10, 2013.

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President

DAT Paid Tribute To Barbara

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President of the Dominica Association of Teachers,               Celia Mrs. Nicholas paid tribute to Mrs. Barbara MacDonald Moore former Director of International Programs                                               at the Canadian Teachers Federation.

 Mrs. Nicholas said that Mrs. MacDonald Moore has been good to the Dominica Association of Teachers.  She understood our peculiar situation and went out of her way to assist the union.  “She has become a personal friend and colleague”, stated Mrs. Nicholas.  “We have discussed and collaborated on a wide range of topics and issues –personal and professional”, Mrs. Nicholas continued.

Barbara has touched the lives of thousands of teachers through her collaboration with the Dominica
Association of Teachers and the Caribbean Union of Teachers.  She has always been forthright yet considerate in her deliberations with the leadership of these organizations.

Mrs. Nicholas made these observations at two separate functions – the opening Ceremony of the 2013 Summer Workshop (Project Overseas) and  “Talking Point” – a radio program on National Radio Station; DBS Radio.

Mrs. Barbara MacDonald Moore will retire shortly from the Canadian Teachers Federation as Director of International Programs.

The Dominica Association of Teachers expresses best wishes to Mrs. Moore for a long, enjoyable and relaxing retirement.     May God Bless You Richly!

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