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Additional Qualifications

Intermediate Qualification

Reading Part 1 and 2

Religion Part 1, 2 and Specialist

Librarianship Part 1

Principal Qualification Part 1

Sep 1982Apr 1989

BEd. and Bachelor of Human Kinetics

University of Windsor

Work experience

Committee Member

Summer Institute and Literacy Conference Team

Social Studies Curriculum Review  Committee

OECTA banquet Committee

OECTA  Professional Development Chair and Committee member

CRISP  Committee

Teacher Trustee Liason

School Calendar Committee

Related Leadership Experience


  • 1989-1998 - Professional Development Chair for Oxford County in charge of organizing the system OECTA day long workshop
  • 1990 - 2001 - Executive Member of the Local Unit - including Vice President
  • 1998 - Chief Negotiator for the Local Oxford Unit

Ronald McDonald House - 20th Anniversay Chair

  •  Organized a group of professionals from within the London community to promote the mission of the organization and celebrate the success through community events.

Program Director - LEAD program at Pearce-William Residential Camp

  • Supervised and managed staff who delivered a cooperative/outdoor education program for intermediate elementary students

Assistant Director - KeeMoKee & Camp Olalondo - Residential Summer Camp

  •  Supervised a staff of 12 councellors and five university staff.
  • Developed and delivered daily programs for overnight campers

Educational Leadership Experience


  • 2010 - NTIP - for an Intermediate Colleague at Blessed Kateri
  • 2010 - Student Teacher Advisor for a student from Medaille College
  • 2009 - Student Teacher Advisor for a student from the University of Ottawa
  • 2007 - Student Teacher Advisor for a student from  D'Youville University
  • 2006 - Student Teacher Advisor for a student from Brock University
  • 1997 - 2004 - Mentor for Colleagues completing additional basic qualifications at Univerisity
  • 1990 - 2010 - Student Advisor for coop student volunteers, requiring 100 hours of service
  • TLCP - Teacher Leader

    • Take a leadership role in presenting the process to the staff
    • Developed outlines and templates with colleagues


    • 2010 - Presenter -  Family of Literacy Conference at JPII
    • 2008/09 MTS - member of committee
    • 2005/08 STA - chair of the committee
    • 2004/05  JPII - member of committee


           System Wide PD Days

    • 2004 - Balanced Literacy - presented with Linda VanDaele
    • 1998 - Reading for Meaning - presented at Monsignor J.H. O'Neil

    Individual School

    • Risk Watch - Safety Program
    • Gymnastics - Safety & OPHEA Guidelines
    • Math in Transition Years
    • Study Skills for Intermediate Students


    London District Catholic School Board

    1989-Present: Elementary Teacher (Primary - Intermediate)

    • Experience with all elementary grades from JK - 8
    • Trained in EQAO, CASI, PM Benchmark and Early Literacy assessments
    • 5 years teaching grade 3 with EQAO testing
    • Most years involved team teaching with an Educational Assistant

    Breadth of experience throughout the District

    • London: Blessed Kateri, St.George, St. Francis 
    • Tillsonburg: St. Joseph, Monsignor O'Neil, St. Mary
    • Ingersol: Sacred Heart 


    Margaret Marotta

    Linda VanDaele

    Tania Davies

    Diane Hogan

    Doug McCarthy



    Rave Reviews

    Celebrating with Parents


    My objective is to become a Curriculum Support Teacher who cultivates an effective and exciting environment for stuudent learners, by facilitating teacher development. My goal is to assist teachers to become confident and knowledgable in delivering a differentitated program by embracing best practicses and modelling the values of our Catholic community.

    My aim is to serve: to be a devoted servant to each colleague and all the students I support.  Whereas devotion is defined as "love given with the whole heart and will", a servant is defined as a "person devoted to a cause"; with those causes being individual and collective teacher success and improved student learning.

    I wonder

    "Wouldn't it be great to wake up each day kowing that you helped bring some ordinary into the life of a family who really needs it. When  most of us tire of the ordinary, families of sick kids pray for it."