You must have javascript enabled to use this site.

a McCaig Elementary School
Jun '18
SMTWTFS
27 28 29 30 31 1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Staff

NameEmailWeb PageDepartment/CyclePosition
Bardaklis, Alexandra  Cycle 1 Teacher
Boily, Denise  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 4
Cardillo-Marricco, Laura  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 3
Corbisiero, Josie  Student Support Attendant
Cormier, Marilyn  Cycle 1 Teacher Cycle 1
Corriveau, Mylene  French Teacher Cycle 3
Craighead, Amanda  Kindergarten Teacher
Crowdis, Kristin  Phys. Ed. Teacher
Cruise, Laurie  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 4
Cuffaro, Stephanie   Teacher
Dacosta, Naty  Resource Resource Teacher
De Merlis, Catherine  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 3/4
Di Stefano, Michael  Phys. Ed. Teacher
DiLillo, Mary   Librarian
Ducharme, Catherine  Resource Resource Teacher
Emmanouelides, Tiffany  French Teacher
Fraser, Vicki  Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 6
Gambino, Kristine  Social Science Teacher
Gilmour, Pat  Technician Daycare
Goodman, Wendy  Kindergarten Teacher
Hurdle, Danielle  Teacher Teacher Cycle 1 and Cycle 3
Julien, Stephanie  Cycle 2 Teacher Cycle 2
Labbiento, Gianna   Teacher
Lanno, Gabriel  French Teacher
Lloyd, Jennifer  Kindergarten Teacher
Lopez, Nella  Kindergarten Teacher
Lord, Melissa  French Teacher Kindergarten and Grade 1
Lortie, Isabelle  Cycle 3 Teacher
Mason, Richard  Administration Principal
Miller, Elana  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 3
Pacheco, Christina  Science Teacher
Petraglia, Jennifer  Cycle 1 Teacher Grade 1
Philion, Ann  Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 6
Potamoussis, Stamatia   Secretary
Rioux, Melissa  Administration Vice Principal
Roberge, Chantal    Cycle 3 Teacher Cycle 3
Safran, Dana  Kindergarten Teacher
Strina, Dan    Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 6
Summers, Jennifer  Student Support Attendant
Swaminadhan, Gautama  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 4
Thibault, Delcia  Cycle 1 Teacher Grade 2
Villani, Viginie  Cycle 3 Teacher Cycle 3

Word of the Day: LEAVE-TAKING
Definition: (noun) The act of departing politely.

Synonyms: parting, farewell.

Usage: Captain Rawdon himself was much more affected at the leave-taking than the resolute little woman to whom he bade farewell.