District 30 Northumberland was formed in 1980. Our members include those who work in and retire from education – including child care and early years, schools and school boards, post-secondary, private schools and more. We play a key role in helping members stay active and connected – with each other and the community.
District 30 is situated on the traditional territory of the Anishnabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Ojibway/Chippewa peoples. We recognize that this territory is covered by the Williams Treaty. We also acknowledge the urban Indigenous communities in our district.
District 30 Northumberland recognizes the inequities connected to colonization and commits to working towards creating a just, inclusive and vibrant community for all.
We invite our members to reflect the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action.
Members and growing
|President / Présidence
|First vice-president / Vice-présidence
|Second vice-president / Deuxième vice-présidence
|Secretary / Secrétaire
|Treasurer / Responsable de la trésorerie
|Membership coordinator / Responsable des adhésions
|Goodwill coordinator / Responsable de la bienfaisance
|Newsletter editor / Responsable de l’infolettre
|Health coordinator / Responsable de la santé
|Political advocacy coordinator / Responsable de la mobilisation politique
|Website coordinator / Responsable du site Web
|Corporate member 1 / Membre collectif 1
|Corporate member 2 / Membre collectif 2
|Alternate 1 / Substitut 1
|Mary Ellen French
|Alternate 2 / Substitut 2
|Community grants coordinator / Responsable des subventions communautaires
|Governance coordinator / Responsable de la gouvernance
|RPW Organizer / Responsable APR