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  • Run Raiser 2017

    Run Raiser 2017

    RUNRAISER 2017 #Sprint4Sports is the year-end celebration and major fundraiser for Laurier Heights School. The fundraiser is a run-a-thon for elementary students and spin-a-thon for the Junior High students.   This year students are asked to collect pledges in the community to raise money for sports equipment and activities.  

     

    Our goal is to raise $30,000 for sports programming at the school and we need everyone’s help to achieve it!  All donations over $20 will be 100% tax deductible. 

     

    Laurier families and community members are invited to attend the event on Friday June 2nd from 5-10pm to cheer on our runners and spinners!  There will be also be a DJ, food vendors and beer gardens to celebrate the end of the school year.  Hope to see everyone there!

     

    To register and donate please visit http://raiseathon.ca/runraiser  

    To volunteer at the event please sign up at https://www.volunteersignup.org/T34RD

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Principal's Message

Welcome and Bienvenue to a promising year at École Laurier Heights School.

It is my pleasure to welcome new and returning students and their families to Laurier Heights. I am proud and honoured to be the principal of this very fine learning community with a strong reputation for academic excellence and student behaviour. We continue to build and earn the trust of families in a safe and caring learning environment that promotes intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth. Our K-9 environment fosters student leadership, mutual respect, modeling of excellent citizenship and acceptance of all students. Laurier students demonstrate a responsible and cooperative attitude which is most evident in the manner they respond to the challenge of high expectations we hold for their academics and behaviour.

Our staff demonstrates a commitment to professional enhancement to support teaching and learning at Laurier Heights. Our goal is to provide appropriate and challenging learning opportunities to meet the needs of all students as 21st century learners.

In addition to an academic focus, our students have many opportunities to enhance their learning through a number of clubs, special events and multitude of sports teams. A great deal of pride is apparent in the overall participation and results of our students through the various leagues and tournaments. The trophies, medals, and banners that are displayed throughout our school demonstrates the passion, drive and commitment of all those involved. Go Lions!

A successful education is a shared responsibility between home and school. Learners benefit from a dedicated and supportive team of teachers, support staff, students, parents/guardians and community members. Ongoing communication is an integral component for the success of any partnership. Parents/guardians play a key role in their children developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive and successful learners.  We welcome your ideas, support, feedback, and involvement throughout the year.  The active involvement of our parents through volunteerism and PAC/PAL has indeed contributed to the success of Laurier Heights. As always, your voice is important and we appreciate your input.

Our enthusiastic and hardworking team looks forward to working closely with you and providing the absolute best education for your child/ren. As we embark on this exciting year together, we are confident that with your continued support, we will experience great accomplishment and success in developing our students as the leaders of tomorrow.

Your partner in education,

Mrs. Tiziana Fiorillo, M. Ed.

Principal

“Each child is a gift, and each child has gifts. What is exciting is the opportunity we adults have to help them find, nurture, and unleash those gifts, to inspire greatness- primary greatness.”   Dr. Stephen R. Covey                            

 

 

Faculty

School Administration

Tiziana Fiorillo - Principal

Charlene Howard - Assistant Principal

Lauren Toma - Administrative Assistant

Ann-Marie Brown - Administrative Assistant

Rheagan Miller - Library Technician

Suzanne Vaughan - Educational Assistant

Élodie Andre - Educational Assistant

Teaching Faculty

Linda Kowalyk - English Kindergarten

Olivia Simpkin - French Immersion Kindergarten

Jessica Montgomerie - French Immersion Grade 1

Catherine Brennan - French Immersion Grade 1

Angeie Zuber - English Grade 1 / 2

Janelle Pinkoski - French Immersion Grade 2

Leigh Easton - French Immersion Grade 2 / 3

Heather Hunter-Moffatt - French Immersion Grade 3

Nicole French - English Grade 3 / 4

Maia Saraeva - French Immersion Grade 3 / 4 and Music

Jane Rempel - French Immersion Grade 4 / 5

Sarah Radom - French Immersion Grade 5 / 6

Noorena Ackbar - French Immersion Grade 5 / 6

Elizabeth Moubarak - English Grade 5 / 6

Melissa Verster - French Immersion Grade 6

Meryl Rowbotham - French Immersion

Melanie Andony - Music and Band and French Immersion Grade 3 / 4

Charlene Howard - Math / Leadership 7-9

Nate Kerr - PE / Social Studies / Outdoor Ed / Sports Performance 7-9

Francis Mayrand - Social Studies / PE / Foods / Outdoor Ed 7-9

Alexis McDowell - English Language Arts / Leadership / Photography / Foods 7-9

Ali Prince - Math / Dance / Art 7-9

Darylle So - French Language Arts / French as a Second Language / Travel / Drama 7-9

Brady Spencer - Science / Technology / Robotics and Programming 7-9
Custodial Staff

Edwin Soriano - Head Custodian

Berhane Ghebrekristos - Custodian

Anabell Villa - Custodial Assistant