Classes & Departments

Midnapore teachers will be using Google Classroom as their online platform. It enables teachers to communicate with their students as well as assign and distribute assignments and work in a safe, manageable, and an appropriate way.  Online classrooms are designed to celebrate student learning and promote effective communication between school and home.  Please check your child's Google Classroom to find information about upcoming learning.  If a student is away they can login into Google Classroom to complete assignments from home.

Students have been added in the ‘classroom’ using their CBE G Suite ID ( Students should have brought home their password to share with parents. Please login and take a look at your child’s Google Classroom. If you are unable to login please contact your child’s teacher for assistance. 

Grade Teacher Name

Kindergarten – Mandarin program

Aiting Yang

Kindergarten – Regular program

Sarah Gordon-Cooper

Grade 1 – Mandarin program

Ying Liu

Grade 1 – Regular program

Courtney Dalidowicz
Amber Gugolj

Grade 2 – Regular program

Carrie Yaunish

Grade 2 – Mandarin program

Chen Wang

Grade 3/4 – Regular program

Connie Hook
Elaine Jenkins
Jennifer Reyes

Grade 3  - Mandarin program

Jenny Gallant

Andrea Bell

Grade 4 – Mandarin program

Angela Litchfield

Grade 5 – Regular program

Tammy Alexander
Christine Peterson

Grade 6 – Regular program

Danielle Carriere

Music Teacher

Maya Ikuta

Library Assistant

Tanya Wudkevich

Assistant Principal

Hidesh Bhardwaj

Acting Principal

Shelly Pynoo
Sherry Goldenberg

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