Ann Kelly, our March winner, is part of the Student Life Services at the Eastern Shores School Board. She helps schools in the delivery of the Duke of Edinburgh Award, a youth awards programme founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by Prince Philip that has since expanded to 144 nations. Ann supports students in the nine secondary schools who have registered for the award and are working towards achieving their goals. Ann states, “Empowering student leadership is a major focus of my work. I also assist in the role of School Board representative overseeing the Community Learning Centres within our territory.”
Rebecca Pearce, our April winner, has been teaching at Villa Maria High School since 2006. Her current assignment is teaching Science to Secondary 3 and 4 students. She is also the Science Department Head and the Sciences Profile leader. She is very proud of the Villa as she states, “an amazing school with a bilingual student body and a staff of dedicated, creative teachers.” Rebecca continues her own education as a fifth year PhD candidate in the Faculty of Education at McGill.
Ann & Rebecca each received a one-hundred-dollar gift card from Indigo as our website winners. You could be the lucky winner in the Summer. All you need to do is sign into your LCEEQ account – the more often you do, the better your chance to be chosen at random as the monthly winner.