Education Week, May 9 to 15, 2021, provides an opportunity for school communities to share in celebrating the achievements of students and staff, and to acknowledge the contributions that many people, in supporting roles, make to our public education system.
This year’s Education Week theme is Student Well-being = Student Success. Education Week is a special opportunity to recognize and thank staff for their outstanding leadership, commitment and contributions to; and share school activities that are, helping students learn and adopt healthy lifestyles that support their physical and mental well-being, growth and development.
One of the features of the Provincial Education Week Committee’s activities is the recognition of staff and partners who have made outstanding contributions to their work relative to the theme. The Strait Regional Centre for Education congratulates the following recipients who have been formally recognized for their commitment and leadership to student well-being and success:
- Susan Campbell, Teacher, Dalbrae Academy
- A.R. Fraser, Teacher, Richmond Education Centre/Academy
- Sharon MacCuspic, Former Director, Programs and Student Services Department
- Brenda MacDonald, Teacher, St. Mary’s Education Centre/Academy
- Liz MacIntosh, SchoolsPlus Facilitator, Programs and Student Services Department
- Sondra Malcolm, Lead Early Childhood Educator, Tamarac Education Centre
- April Prosper, First Nation Support Worker, East Antigonish Education Centre/Academy
- Jerome Stewart, Teacher, St. Andrew Junior School
- Tanya Tobin, African Nova Scotian Student Success Teacher, St. Andrew Junior School
- Brianna Waterman, African Nova Scotian Student Success Teacher, St. Andrew Junior School
Please access a copy of the celebration posters at SRCE Congratulates Education Week Award Recipients and school-based activities supporting student well-being and success.
The SRCE extends congratulations to the 2021 Education Week Award recipients for their outstanding leadership and commitment to helping students learn and adopt healthy lifestyles that support their physical and mental well-being, growth and development. Your many contributions to creating positive, safe and inclusive learning environments where all students feel welcomed, a sense of belonging and supported in their efforts to achieve success are greatly appreciated.
Posted: May 10, 2021