Leadership Recognition

Leadership Recognition

“Leadership in the OCDSB is the demonstration of personal initiative to achieve a positive outcome.”


Our students showed leadership in sports through their participation in a regional cross country meet, track and field competition, and regional basketball and volleyball tournaments. In addition to informal recognition, on a regular basis we also acknowledge students’ contributions in our classrooms as lunch-time monitors and kindergarten helpers, via school announcements, newsletters, assemblies, our Principal’s report to School Council, and end of year awards ceremonies.


Our staff members have a wealth and diverse range of professional qualifications, talents and interests, including music, crafts, technology, the environment, and science. The teaching staff has actively participated in numerous Board–wide and school professional development activities in literacy, numeracy, the arts, social studies, and technology. We recognize their initiative by providing and supporting opportunities for further professional growth. Teachers guide their colleagues with new ideas, research and teaching strategies in a variety of areas. We also recognize staff leadership by personal interactions with one another, letters of thanks, school announcements, school newsletters, assemblies, and our Principal’s report to School Council.


Last year our group of dedicated volunteers contributed many hours of support for the benefit of students in our school. Our dedicated School Council meets monthly and has contributed funds to support visiting French Language theatre productions, field trips, and student resources. As invaluable partners, we thank our parents, guardians and volunteers on an on-going basis, and look for opportunities to acknowledge them such as school announcements, our Principal’s report to School Council, school newsletters, and our annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast.


Our school has a strong relationship with residents and staff at Riverpark Place Retirement Home that extends to visits by seniors to the school for assemblies and our Mayfair celebrations in May. Kindergarten and primary students visit to perform songs, and sit and talk to the residents. We also work closely with volunteers from Ottawa-Carleton Research Institute to obtain community volunteers for the school. We recognize our partners through newsletters, thank you cards and inviting them to attend the annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast.
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