- We Can’t Change the Minds of the 2% But We Can Save Lives.
- Savvy Student Consumers!!
- A more factual account of my motion re: Grad Ceremony Participation. (Note the misleading statement in 1st paragraph suggesting an end to religion classes is later clarified in article.)
- Important medical info for adolescent boys!
Monthly Archives: August 2010
My overall view of politics in Alberta is that government should play a strong role in developing the competitiveness of Alberta and all Albertans within the global economy. I also would like to see the future of Alberta bring a … Continue reading
Before we know it, another school year will begin coupled with an election year. And the connection is that the civic elections include voting for your Board of School Trustees. Through policy and appropriate financial choices, School Trustees have the … Continue reading
Tailoring curriculum and teaching based on student interests. Now why didn’t we think of this before?Forget Recess
Below is a link to a great article on the value of democratic representation. Trustees, like all other elected official, I believe ARE accountable to their electorate. We in fact do represent them and should act on their behalf, be … Continue reading