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Elaine Pilgrim-
Susi has agreed to work on the roof of public schools in Liege for one day.
She is the principal.
Hamilton gave her 287 students an incentive: if they raised $5,000 for the new smart board, she would move office work to the top of the school.
The students raised nine thousand dollars. Pilgrim-
Susi is not sure how she can get a chair and table at the top of the Anson Avenue building, but she plans to keep her word when it's a little warmer outside.
"I didn't figure it out," she said with a smile . ".
"They just want to see me on the roof all day.
"The atmosphere of the school is not always so amiable. When Pilgrim-
Suzy started as principal in Liege five years ago, the second year of transition from kindergarten to present --to-
Grade 5 to kindergarten-to-Grade 8 school.
"The atmosphere was not very positive when I got here.
The students were very upset and they went back to the primary school they thought --
Pilgrims-Junior High SchoolSusi said.
"As employees, we work together to build collaborative approaches (to)
Support all the children in the school. ”The 45-year-
Old's vision for Leigh has put her among the 32 educators. The Learning Partnership has appointed outstanding Canadian principals with 2011 per cent.
For seven years, the national charity has been honoring donations from school leaders.
The awards ceremony will be held in Toronto on February. Pilgrim-
Susi is one of 11 principals in the province who won the award and the first woman to win the award.
The winners highlighted the achievements made in Liege in recent years as a result of the collaboration between staff, parents and students.
"It was a great honor to receive this award from The Learning Partnership and to be recognized by my staff and community," she said . ".
"It's a bit overwhelming because I like to celebrate the success of others . . . . . . So focus the spotlight (me).
Since leading the Pilgrim Liege
Susi and her staff created a nutrition program that brought a "snack-and-Go-
Every day for all the students, kart turns the school into a complete School
Unified mode to reduce bullying and financial barriers and switch from brass band and tube band shows to acoustic guitar shows.
Today, absenteeism has declined, with very few incidents of bullying taking place and the suspension rate has dropped by 95.
She said it is important to get all the students involved and to change livid's attitude.
"We really want to focus on giving them a sense of community and that sense of community --
They are far away from home.
"Sean Kelly, a Liege teacher who appointed the principal, said it was her strong point to develop community awareness.
"She put the child first,is)
"I am also very supportive of the staff here, and she has connections with the community," he said . ".
"I think she is very good at building relationships with all the different stakeholders.
When Kelly, who teaches math, English and music, approaches pilgrims --
Suzy has introduced more "21st century impact" at the Music Festival festival premiere, and she supports the opening of a small studio and video editing suite. Pilgrim-
Suzy knew from the second grade that she wanted to be a teacher.
She managed to balance her busy sports coach and the lifestyle of raising three children and her duties as principal by following her mother's footsteps, who raised a family in her career. Pilgrim-
Susi is also from a family of educators because her father is a retired principal, her mother is a retired principal, and her husband is the principal of Oakville.
She joined public schools in 1990 and served as the first principal in central public schools. dawong@thespec. com905-526-
2468 Elaine pilgrims
Susi has agreed to work on the roof of public schools in Liege for one day.
She is the principal.
Hamilton gave her 287 students an incentive: if they raised $5,000 for the new smart board, she would move office work to the top of the school.
The students raised nine thousand dollars. Pilgrim-
Susi is not sure how she can get a chair and table at the top of the Anson Avenue building, but she plans to keep her word when it's a little warmer outside.
"I didn't figure it out," she said with a smile . ".
"They just want to see me on the roof all day.
"The atmosphere of the school is not always so amiable. When Pilgrim-
Suzy started as principal in Liege five years ago, the second year of transition from kindergarten to present --to-
Grade 5 to kindergarten-to-Grade 8 school.
"The atmosphere was not very positive when I got here.
The students were very upset and they went back to the primary school they thought --
Pilgrims-Junior High SchoolSusi said.
"As employees, we work together to build collaborative approaches (to)
Support all the children in the school. ”The 45-year-
Old's vision for Leigh has put her among the 32 educators. The Learning Partnership has appointed outstanding Canadian principals with 2011 per cent.
For seven years, the national charity has been honoring donations from school leaders.
The awards ceremony will be held in Toronto on February. Pilgrim-
Susi is one of 11 principals in the province who won the award and the first woman to win the award.
The winners highlighted the achievements made in Liege in recent years as a result of the collaboration between staff, parents and students.
"It was a great honor to receive this award from The Learning Partnership and to be recognized by my staff and community," she said . ".
"It's a bit overwhelming because I like to celebrate the success of others . . . . . . So focus the spotlight (me).
Since leading the Pilgrim Liege
Susi and her staff created a nutrition program that brought a "snack-and-Go-
Every day for all the students, kart turns the school into a complete School
Unified mode to reduce bullying and financial barriers and switch from brass band and tube band shows to acoustic guitar shows.
Today, absenteeism has declined, with very few incidents of bullying taking place and the suspension rate has dropped by 95.
She said it is important to get all the students involved and to change livid's attitude.
"We really want to focus on giving them a sense of community and that sense of community --
They are far away from home.
"Sean Kelly, a Liege teacher who appointed the principal, said it was her strong point to develop community awareness.
"She put the child first,is)
"I am also very supportive of the staff here, and she has connections with the community," he said . ".
"I think she is very good at building relationships with all the different stakeholders.
When Kelly, who teaches math, English and music, approaches pilgrims --
Suzy has introduced more "21st century impact" at the Music Festival festival premiere, and she supports the opening of a small studio and video editing suite. Pilgrim-
Suzy knew from the second grade that she wanted to be a teacher.
She managed to balance her busy sports coach and the lifestyle of raising three children and her duties as principal by following her mother's footsteps, who raised a family in her career. Pilgrim-
Susi is also from a family of educators because her father is a retired principal, her mother is a retired principal, and her husband is the principal of Oakville.
She joined public schools in 1990 and served as the first principal in central public schools. dawong@thespec. com905-526-
2468 Elaine pilgrims
Susi has agreed to work on the roof of public schools in Liege for one day.
She is the principal.
Hamilton gave her 287 students an incentive: if they raised $5,000 for the new smart board, she would move office work to the top of the school.
The students raised nine thousand dollars. Pilgrim-
Susi is not sure how she can get a chair and table at the top of the Anson Avenue building, but she plans to keep her word when it's a little warmer outside.
"I didn't figure it out," she said with a smile . ".
"They just want to see me on the roof all day.
"The atmosphere of the school is not always so amiable. When Pilgrim-
Suzy started as principal in Liege five years ago, the second year of transition from kindergarten to present --to-
Grade 5 to kindergarten-to-Grade 8 school.
"The atmosphere was not very positive when I got here.
The students were very upset and they went back to the primary school they thought --
Pilgrims-Junior High SchoolSusi said.
"As employees, we work together to build collaborative approaches (to)
Support all the children in the school. ”The 45-year-
Old's vision for Leigh has put her among the 32 educators. The Learning Partnership has appointed outstanding Canadian principals with 2011 per cent.
For seven years, the national charity has been honoring donations from school leaders.
The awards ceremony will be held in Toronto on February. Pilgrim-
Susi is one of 11 principals in the province who won the award and the first woman to win the award.
The winners highlighted the achievements made in Liege in recent years as a result of the collaboration between staff, parents and students.
"It was a great honor to receive this award from The Learning Partnership and to be recognized by my staff and community," she said . ".
"It's a bit overwhelming because I like to celebrate the success of others . . . . . . So focus the spotlight (me).
Since leading the Pilgrim Liege
Susi and her staff created a nutrition program that brought a "snack-and-Go-
Every day for all the students, kart turns the school into a complete School
Unified mode to reduce bullying and financial barriers and switch from brass band and tube band shows to acoustic guitar shows.
Today, absenteeism has declined, with very few incidents of bullying taking place and the suspension rate has dropped by 95.
She said it is important to get all the students involved and to change livid's attitude.
"We really want to focus on giving them a sense of community and that sense of community --
They are far away from home.
"Sean Kelly, a Liege teacher who appointed the principal, said it was her strong point to develop community awareness.
"She put the child first,is)
"I am also very supportive of the staff here, and she has connections with the community," he said . ".
"I think she is very good at building relationships with all the different stakeholders.
When Kelly, who teaches math, English and music, approaches pilgrims --
Suzy has introduced more "21st century impact" at the Music Festival festival premiere, and she supports the opening of a small studio and video editing suite. Pilgrim-
Suzy knew from the second grade that she wanted to be a teacher.
She managed to balance her busy sports coach and the lifestyle of raising three children and her duties as principal by following her mother's footsteps, who raised a family in her career. Pilgrim-
Susi is also from a family of educators because her father is a retired principal, her mother is a retired principal, and her husband is the principal of Oakville.
She joined public schools in 1990 and served as the first principal in central public schools. dawong@thespec. com905-526-
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