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Heather Swail
Educator, parent, writer, daughter, sister, friend. Social justice; humour, compassion. Always learning.
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Ontario Dad Aug 12
Larger class sizes affect the entire community, not just teachers & students. As outbreaks inevitably happen, students, educators, families, bus drivers, after-school care workers, custodians, admin staff, nurses, and everyone they come in contact with could get sick.
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Ontario Dad Aug 13
I'm just so angry and frustrated right now. , you aren't listening. You aren't doing what needs to be done. And to make it worse, you're vilifying the unions to push your agenda. Your announcement was insulting.
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Heather Swail Aug 11
Start of B.C. school year being pushed back, minister says
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Heather Swail Aug 9
Replying to @NathalieR71
I missed that one!
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Heather Swail Aug 7
Replying to @NathalieR71
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Paul McGuire Aug 4
Please take 30 seconds to send a letter to Premier Ford demanding urgent actions that protect our most vulnerable loved ones, not just during a pandemic, but at all times.
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Eric Walters Aug 3
I don’t care what phase it is - I’m not going to movies, eating inside a restaurant, going into a bar or a gym. I’m going to keep wearing my mask, staying in my bubble, and thanking the people who need to be out there providing for us. Look at Australia if you need a lesson.
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Heather Swail Aug 2
Read Paul McGuire's latest blog on school opening plans in the face of bio-statistical data.
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Heather Swail Jul 29
Replying to @cathmckenna
Lovely news.
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Heather Swail Jun 30
Thank you and for all of the wonderful times these 19 years. This is my official day of retirement from the board. Thought you might like this beautiful painting done by Colleen McGuire.
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Heather Swail Jun 22
The Long Spring: Humidity and Humility
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Heather Swail Jun 20
The Long Spring: Last week
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Heather Swail Jun 19
Replying to @Stephen_Hurley
NO! This is an opportunity to reflect, assess, re-direct.
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Heather Swail Jun 18
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Heather Swail Jun 13
I know - on a first or fresh read, the poem might have a harsh tone, but not for me when I read it over and reflect. The air clearing and the road becoming more obvious - inspiration after difficultes
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Heather Swail Jun 13
and one more, Emily Dickinson's Part One: Life CXXVI, "The Brain is wider than the sky" - inspiring and mind blowing
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