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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Omemee Educational Assistants Receive Impact Awards!

Scott Young Public School Educational Assistants Receive Character Awards

Two EAs local students connect with were recently honoured by Trillium Lakelands District School Board. Joanne Darling, a current EA at Scott Young Public School, as well as former EA, Whitney Powers, were recognized with Character Awards by TLDSB.

The Annual Impact Awards recognize TLDSB Staff members for their commitment and leadership in education.
'We’re thrilled by the Board’s recent announcement that one of our current EA’s, Joanne Darling, as well as a former EA, Whitney Powers, have both been recognized with Character Awards.' writes Robert Murray,Scott Young Public School
Principal, adding,'The objective of these awards is to recognize the successes of staff members who have made a significant contribution to staff learning, student learning, and/or safe and caring learning communities – highlighting them as role models for the rest of TLDSB.'
This quote from Mrs. Darling’s nomination form speaks volumes about her impact on the SYPS school community:
“You can always go to Mrs. Darling for support. Even if you have a bad day she will see the best in you. She believes in everyone. She looks after everyone before herself and she never gives up on anyone.”

Miss Power’s nominators also held her in high esteem:
“Just knowing Whitney and working with her it would be easy to tell she is a very respectful person. She goes that extra mile to support all the students she works with. The students love her, and they flock to her when they see her. They willingly give her their respect because they receive respect from her.”

Omemee Pigeon eFlyer extends its gratitude, along with other community members to Mrs. Darling and Miss Powers, for making our community a better place to work and live. Mrs. Darling and Miss Powers will be recognized along with the other 2011-2012 Impact Awards Winners at a gala event in Bracebridge on May 16th.

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