Jun 30
NEW Principal Introduction

Dear Ernest Morrow School Parent (s)/Guardian(s),

My name is Cheri Schwartz and I am excited to be joining the Ernest Morrow School learning community as your new principal for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.  I am truly honoured to continue my leadership journey in Area 3. I look forward to meeting and working with students, staff and parents in the near future.  I know that “THE" Ernest Morrow School is an amazing community school and I look forward growing and learning together with you.  

I would like to thank Mr. Godfrey for his exceptional leadership and vision.  I know of the great things happening at “THE" Ernest Morrow and it is my desire to continue the work admin, staff and students have started these past few years.

Central to my beliefs as an educator is my passion for personalized learning, building a culture that encourages school engagement, and promoting a sense of safety and belonging.  I believe school should be fun, fair, flexible and firm.  I encourage staff and students to continue to take academic risks together while working to build an inclusive and supportive learning environment.  I will look to utilize my previous experiences as an assistant principal, guidance counsellor, inclusive education and humanities teacher to continue to build community, as outlined in the CBE Education Plan | 2021-2024, promoting achievement, equity and well-being for students.  

I look forward to connecting with each of you in the new 2022-2023 school year.

Go Mustangs!

Cheri Schwartz​


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