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Friday, March 11, 2011

Lady Eaton Elementary School Principal Retiring

Principal Announces Retirement

Lady Eaton Elementary School principal, B.J. Mailloux-Brown, announced her coming retirement in the March issue of the Lady Eaton Elementary School Newsletter. In a letter addressed to parents, Ms. Mailloux-Brown reported it is “with mixed emotions” that she will be taking retirement as of April 30th, 2011.

In the March newsletter, the LEES principal reflects on her teaching career of thirty–one years, and her enjoyment in working with the families and staff of schools in the Victoria County ( now Trillium-Lakelands) school board.

Principal Mailloux-Brown points out that by taking retirement at the end of April, it will allow for a smooth transition for the new incoming principal. Ms. Mailloux-Brown and her husband are looking forward to their daughter’s wedding in June, and are planning to move closer to her daughter and new husband when she retires, so they will be very busy in the coming months.

You will want to be sure to read her heart warming letter in the eCopy of the newsletter found here.

Letters of Congratulations can be addressed to:

B.J. Mailloux-Brown, Principal
Box 190.
Omemee, Ontario, K0L 2W0

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