Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Ingleborough Public School. Ingleborough Team Anne Ottley, Principal Sara Damaso, Vice Principal Suzanne Nurse, Trustee Jeff DeFreitas, Superintendent."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to Ingleborough Public School
Ingleborough Team Anne Ottley, Principal Sara Damaso, Vice Principal Suzanne Nurse, Trustee Jeff DeFreitas, Superintendent of Schools Office Manager, Marlyn Elcome Office Assistant, TBA Head Custodian, John Miller
Introducing Ingleborough’s Exceptional Teaching Team Kindergarten - Ms. Blunt, Ms. Jagpal, Mr. Sims ECE – Ms MacDonald, Ms Khan, Ms Khan Grade 1 - Ms Bellamy Grade 2 – Ms Spence Grade 3 - Ms Johnstone Grade 3/4, - Mr. Taylor Grade 4/5 - Ms. Holmes Grade 5 - Ms. McLaughlin Grade 6 - Mr. Hegedus Grade 6/ ESL/Gr. 4-8 FSL The Arts - TBA Grade 6/7 - Mr. Clark Grade 7/8 Team - Mr. Abd Rahim Grade 6/ 7/ 8 ICOM Team - Mr. Nunes, TBA
Introducing Ingleborough’s Exceptional Teaching and Support Team Grade 1 FI Team – Ms. Matteau, Ms. Montgomery, Ms. Edwards, Ms Sarhan Grade 2 FI – Ms. Boutassis Grade 2/3 FI – TBA Grade 3 FI - Ms. Rampersad The Arts K-8 FSL - Ms. Akyen-Dicken Guidance/ISSP - Ms. Lang In-School Support - Ms. Knauer ESL/Technology - Mr. Jatanna French/P.E. FSL - Ms. Thomas Physical Education, - Mr. Miller Librarian - Ms. Stamatopoulos TA Team – Ms. Simpson, Ms. Duke BTA - Ms. Stock
We invite you to be a part of our team and maximize the power of “pulling together for success”.
Who is Anne? 22 years with the Peel District School Board Prior to teaching in Peel, I taught in Kelowna, British Columbia Passionate about advocating for children and youth 9 years as Principal at Fletcher’s Creek Sr. P.S. 2 years as Vice Principal at Thomas Street M. S. 3 years as Peel Board’s K-12 Assessment Coordinator
Tentative School Organization Kindergarten to Grade 8, FI and English 2012 Projected enrolments 419 students Tentative staff allocation 28.7 School location is: West of Creditview Road, East of Mississauga Road and South of William’s Parkway We will be the holding school for some Bramwest students for September 2012
School Day Schedule School Hours 8:10 - 2:30 1 – 12 minute period at beginning of 1 st Nutrition Break 6 – 48 minute periods # 1 Nutrition Break: 9:58 – 10:38 #2 Nutrition Break: 12:14 – 12:54
Nutrition Breaks These are 40 minute breaks Students are inside for 20 minutes to eat and outside for 20 minutes for exercise Students are supervised by either teachers or paid lunch room supervisors. ! Supervisors will supervise 3-4 classrooms. (If you are interested in becoming a lunchroom supervisor, please speak to our Vice Principal, Mrs. Sara Damaso.
My Personal Statement… “I believe that as an instructional leader I have the ability to impact the lives of my students and staff to work collaboratively to create a positive change in their lives and this world. I see the potential in all members of our school community to build the necessary skills to lead highly effective lives in this 21 st century, resulting in building a teaching and learning environment that is conducive to everyone meeting with success and one that honours the greatness in all. “
Student Centred Collaborate Global Classroom Inquiry Based Student Diversity Real World 21 st Century Skills 21 st Century Learning
Technology Digital Natives Digital Immigrants Part of life Education – tool for student engagement and increased student achievement wireless
Visionary Journey… Co-leading a 21 st Century school that uses technology as a tool to foster student success through differentiation of instruction and offer a diversity of learning pathways to engage students in being the best they can be, while embracing an attitude of ‘Stewardship’ and ‘Social Justice’ To embrace the philosophy of the Covey Institute – The Leader in Me, “The Seven Habits of Happy Children and Highly Effective Teens’, building a foundation for all learners and parents focusing on Leadership, Teamwork and Character Education A collaborative learning approach that forges and builds strong relationships with the community
more vision … To build a solid foundation of a Professional Learning Community that embraces shared leadership, shared decision making and values teamwork, resulting in narrowing the achievement gaps Establish a Climate Action Team focusing on school and community initiatives that align with the Character Attributes and Leadership Strategies Cross-panel Pathways Program that promotes awareness and gives many opportunities for students to explore, experience and be involved in applied arts throughout their education
My Commitment… To establish an inclusive, supportive learning environment that will build the foundation of the Ingleborough school community To partner with all stakeholders in working together to support student and school success To ensure a safe and well balanced school environment to teach and learn in To hire the best teachers, and provide leadership and professional development of all staff
Seeing the potential in every child through… Continuous School Success Planning School-wide Character Education program – The Leader in Me Social justice, equity, respect for diversity Eco-logical community
and more… School and Community Service outreach through Me to We involvement Seven Habits of Happy Children and Highly Effective Teens and Families Community partnerships Alternative programming i.e. Pathways, Environmental Initiatives, Entrepreneurial, Technology, etc.
Visionary Staffing – Ingleborough’s staff have the following skill set: Collaborative Communicator Conflict Resolution Skills Energized Enthusiastic Fair Happy Inclusive Initiator Leader Life-long Learner Proactive Passionate Risk Taker Reflective Practitioner Reliable Team Player Embrace Change and Celebrate Success !!!
We invite you to join us in our journey to honour the greatness in all of us.
Thank you for joining us this evening, we look forward to teaming with you!