Thursday, January 26, 2012


The Learning Partnership, a national charitable organization that champions public education, named the principal of St. Paul's Junior High School as one of 40 exceptional leaders named Canada’s Outstanding Principals for 2012.

My oldest guy is in grade seven at the school and I sit on the school council.  I am  very proud of Kristine Pike for receiving this significant honour. This is a tribute to the great work she has done in  to increase student achievement and to strengthen engagement among their students, staff and their community.

In its eight-year history, the Canada’s Outstanding Principals program has given 219 recipients this prestigious honour

Principals are nominated by peers, school staff and community members in an extensive nomination and selection process, with winners chosen by the National Selection Committee.

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