Our Staff

Administration

Glenn Goslin | Principal
aggoslin@cbe.ab.ca
403-777-8470

Ms. Fiona Johnson | Asst. Principal
braeside@cbe.ab.ca
403-777-8470

Ms. Karen Shepherd | Administrative Secretary
braeside@cbe.ab.ca
403-777-8470  


GradeTeacher
KindergartenMs. Deb Singbeil
Grade 1 
Ms. Heather Guigue
Ms. Jennifer Martin                     
Grade 2Ms. Lara Hamilton
Ms. Laura Maria
Grade 3/4Ms. Christine Beard
Ms. Nicole Rigo
Ms. Elizabeth Lietz/Ms. Rachel Oke
Grade 5 / 6
Ms. Billie Hogan
Mr. Robert Harting
Ms. Shauna McHardy
BridgesMr. Jacob Roberts
MusicMs. Elizabeth Lietz
Support StaffMs. Sharon Ossington (Behaviour Support Worker/Lunch)
Ms. Lorna Blaszk (Education Assistant)
Ms. Kerry Keehn (Bridges Support Worker)
Ms. Silvia Carr-Peterer (Lunch)
Ms. Karen Reck (Lead Lunch Supervisor)
Ms. Shannon Sephton
Ms. Heather Baird (Library Assistant)


Questions & Communication

Communication with your child’s teacher and administration helps to prevent small questions from becoming large issues. Throughout the school year, as questions emerge, stay in close contact with the teacher. Questions can often be answered over the phone, but if a meeting is required, please work to set a time to meet. Setting a time ensures that the teacher does not have conflicting appointments and that the teacher has time to reflect on your concerns or gather the necessary work samples. 

At the administrative level, Mr. Goslin welcomes meetings with parents; however setting a meeting time is very helpful. It ensures that we have had time to do classroom observations, meet with the teacher and set aside the time required.

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