Aug 26
Welcome Back!

Welcome to the 2019 – 2020 school year!  We are happy to welcome both our returning and our new families to Colonel J. Fred Scott School and we look forward to working closely with you and your children.  

Staff and students will begin the year by talking about how we can work together and to continue to make CJFS a great community of learning.  We would encourage all parents to talk about these ideas with your children and to review the opening pages of the Student Agenda to ensure you understand the foundations of our work at school. 

We have a wonderful staff at CJFS and are pleased to welcome new and returning staff.  Our work together has already been thought provoking and we are excited about this new school year.  This year, our staff will be:

 

Ms. Y. Atsin Lunchroom Supervisor                                  Mrs. S. Jabali, Kindergarten

Mr. M. Collins, PE Specialist                                             Ms. D. Klem, Grade 3-4

Ms. A. Coupland, Education Assistant                              Ms. D. Knust, Education Assistant       

Mrs. J. Duros, Facility Operator, afternoons                      Ms. B. Kolb, Grade 3-4, Learning Leader

Mrs. L. Deol, Lunchroom Supervisor                                 Ms. N. Lauchlan, Grade 1-2

Ms. E. Deschamps, Lunchroom Supervisor                       Mrs. C. Luzzi, Library Asst & Lunchrm

Mrs. A. Dhadda, Admin Secretary                                      Mrs. S. McLellan, Grade 3-4

Ms. A. Dixon, Grade 1-2                                                     Ms. V. Medford, Education Assistant

Mrs. J. Dixon, Grade 1-2                                                     Mrs. C. Petersen, Assistant Principal  

Mrs. L. Dryden, Grade 3-4                                                   Mr. S. Robinson, Principal  

Mrs. R. El-Haj-Ahmed, Lead Lunchroom Supervisor           Ms. K. Roeding, Grade 1-2

Ms. T. Engel, Diversity Learning Leader                              Mrs. C. Sasse, Resource

Mrs. K Eriksen 1-2, Learning Leader                                   Ms. K Schulhof, Grade 1-2

Ms. H. Exner, Grade 3-4                                                            Ms. S. Schumacher, Education Assist

Ms. L. Farley, Grade 1-2                                                      Ms. M. Serquina, Education Assistant

Mrs. M. Gawley, Bookkeeper                                               Ms. M. Shustack, Kindergarten             

Mrs. S. Grant, School Secretary                                          Mrs. T. Storrier, Grade 5-6

Ms. B. Greaves, Grade 3-4                                                  Ms. D. Taylor, Grade 5-6                      

Ms. S. Gulamhusein, Kindergarten, Learning Leader          Ms. M. Tran, Grade 5-6

Ms. J. Gunderson, Music Specialist                                     Mr. V. Thelmo, Facility Operator          

Mr. K. Higgins, Teacher Grade 5-6                                       Mrs. S. Warmerdam, Lunch Sup.

                                                                                              Ms. S. Yap, Grade 5-6

 

We look forward to seeing you soon. 

 Mr. Robinson, Mrs. Petersen & the CJFS Staff​​

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