In place of paper student agendas, teachers will use a blog to communicate on a regular basis with parents about the work that students are engaged with during school time. Parents are also encouraged to contact their child’s teacher whenever a question or concern arises. By engaging in regular communication we can function at our best as an educa-tional team in support of your child’s learning.

Administration
Todd Faunt
Principal
Principal's Messages

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Kindergarten
Mrs. Tara Moore

Blog

Mrs. Raelene Steckly

Blog

Ms. Michelle Lloyd

Blog


Grade 1
Mrs. Laura Fendley & Mrs. Laura Witczak

Blog

Mrs. Michelle LaiMrs. Kim St. Cyr

Blog

Ms. Erin Mann

Blog

Grade 2
Mrs. Alexander Arthur

Blog

Mrs. Tara Johnston Blog

Mrs. Lisa Stewart

Blog

Mrs. Lesley-Anne Hatch

Blog

Mrs. Dawn Krahn

Blog

Grade 3

Ms. Lindsay Pearson

Blog

Mr. Bob Straiton & Mrs. Ryley Shaw

Blog

Mrs. Sylvia Njie & Mrs. Sara Scherschel

Blog

 

Grade 4
Mrs. Stacey SchrattnerMr. Joey Waters Blog
Mrs. Temina Sayani

Blog

Ms. Carissa Willis & Ms. Cherlynn Jackson

Blog

Ms. Courtney Bakkan Blog
CSSI
Josh McLellan & Jayme Ward

Blog

Specialists
Mrs. Maria Buonomo,  Ms. Cherlynn Jackson & Mrs. Kim Fraser

Blog

Teacher Pages & Blogs

In place of paper student agendas, teachers will use a blog to communicate on a regular basis with parents about the work that students are engaged with during school time. Parents are also encouraged to contact their child’s teacher whenever a question or concern arises. By engaging in regular communication we can function at our best as an educa-tional team in support of your child’s learning.

Administration
Todd Faunt
Principal
Principal's Messages

See all Administration

Kindergarten
Mrs. Tara Moore

Blog

Mrs. Raelene Steckly

Blog

Ms. Michelle Lloyd

Blog


Grade 1
Mrs. Laura Fendley & Mrs. Laura Witczak

Blog

Mrs. Michelle LaiMrs. Kim St. Cyr

Blog

Ms. Erin Mann

Blog

Grade 2
Mrs. Alexander Arthur

Blog

Mrs. Tara Johnston Blog

Mrs. Lisa Stewart

Blog

Mrs. Lesley-Anne Hatch

Blog

Mrs. Dawn Krahn

Blog

Grade 3

Ms. Lindsay Pearson

Blog

Mr. Bob Straiton & Mrs. Ryley Shaw

Blog

Mrs. Sylvia Njie & Mrs. Sara Scherschel

Blog

 

Grade 4
Mrs. Stacey SchrattnerMr. Joey Waters Blog
Mrs. Temina Sayani

Blog

Ms. Carissa Willis & Ms. Cherlynn Jackson

Blog

Ms. Courtney Bakkan Blog
CSSI
Josh McLellan & Jayme Ward

Blog

Specialists
Mrs. Maria Buonomo,  Ms. Cherlynn Jackson & Mrs. Kim Fraser

Blog

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