Tag Archives: resilience

Future Members of Society

As I wrote about recently, I had the pleasure of participating in the BCPVPA Short Course for administrators last week. We had many inspiring speakers, great connections with administrators from around the province and heart-felt conversations about kids and the … Continue reading

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Resilience in Leadership

Throughout my life, as a child, a teenager, a young adult, and as a professional, I continue to rely greatly on my resiliency.  Resilience is such an important factor that allows me to continue to be a positive person and … Continue reading

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My Resilient Little Girl

My 7-year-old daughter continues to amaze me every day. A little over a week ago, she broke her elbow playing on the monkey bars (or more specifically, falling OFF the monkey bars). It was a very bad break so she … Continue reading

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So Fortunate

As a teaching Vice-Principal, I am truly amazed by all that I get to experience each day.  Not only do I teach Health & Career Education and French to intermediate students, but I also have the opportunity to be the … Continue reading

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