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a McCaig Elementary School


NameEmailWeb PageDepartment/CyclePosition
Ali, Alaa  Kindergarten Teacher
Bardaklis, Alexandra  Cycle 1 Teacher Grade 1
Bletas, Eva  Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 5 and Grade 6
Bomok, Katelin  Kindergarten Teacher
Bruno, Maria  Kindergarten Teacher
Cardillo-Marricco, Laura  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 3
Caruso, Tara  English Teacher ELA, ERC
Cloutier, Amelie  Cycle 1 Teacher Grade 2
Cormier, Marilyn  French Teacher Grade 1 and Grade 2
Crowdis, Kristin  Phys. Ed. Teacher
Cruise, Laurie  Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 6 and Drama
D'Onofrio, Melissa  Cycle 2 Teacher
Dacosta, Naty  Cycle 1 Teacher Grade 2
Davies, Janet  Kindergarten Teacher
De Merlis, Catherine  French Teacher Grade 3
DiLillo, Mary   Librarian
Ducharme, Catherine  Resource Resource Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3
Fathallah, Fatma  French Teacher
Fraser, Vicki  Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 5
Gilmour, Pat  Technician Daycare
Havill, Anne  Teacher Teacher Science and Drama (Grade 3, 4, 5 and 6)
Larissey, Sharon  Kindergarten Teacher
Lefebvre Gauthier, Sarah  Administration Vice Principal
Lloyd, Jennifer  Kindergarten Teacher
Lortie, Isabelle  French Teacher Grade 5
Maksymiw-Duszara, Sonia  Resource Resource Grade 4, Grade 5 and Grade 6
Markessinis, Yiota  French Teacher French
Mascitto, Jennifer  Cycle 2 Teacher ELA, MATH
Mason, Richard  Administration Principal
Moore, Erin   Secretary
Petraglia, Jennifer  Cycle 1 Teacher Grade 1
Philion, Ann  Cycle 2 Teacher
Plourde, Andre  Phys. Ed. Teacher
Riopel, Karine  French Teacher Pre-K, Kindergarten and Grade 1
Russillo, Mary   Teacher
Scott, Debbie   Teacher
Shaloum, Alessandra  French Teacher Grade 5 and Grade 6
Strina, Dan    Cycle 3 Teacher Grade 5 and Grade 6
Swaminadhan, Gautama    Cycle 3 Teacher
Vadeboncoeur, Naomi  French Teacher
Verrall, Lisa  Kindergarten Teacher
Villalta, Kathryn  Cycle 1 Teacher
Villani, Viginie  Cycle 2 Teacher Grade 4

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Definition: (verb) To take in or assimilate (ideas, facts, etc.).

Synonyms: soak up, absorb.

Usage: Thus, like figs, do these doctrines fall for you, my friends: imbibe now their juice and their sweet substance.