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Tuesday, April 26 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
How Can A Small School Do So Much?

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In spite of a designation as one of the highest per capita needs schools in our district, St. Jerome School staff and students consistently manage to come out on top. This session will share innovative methods and will highlight ways in which a truly inclusive vision of education is integrated into every day. Learn how we create a culture of learners, educators and leaders where everyone is valued and welcomed. Our vision and brought to life in a real school community that embraces 21 century learning, district initiates, cross curricular competencies and pedagogical shifts to ensure that students can participate fully with their peers and be successful.
 


Speakers
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Jackie Flynn

Jackie Flynn is the principal of St. Jerome Science Academy in Edmonton Catholic Schools. St. Jerome is an inclusive school community that welcomes all learners and was the proud recipient of the 2015 National Inclusive Education Award. We are a progressive school that has been named one of the Smartest Schools in the World.
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Corinne Peacher

Assistant Principal, St.Jerome School
Corinne Peacher is the assistant principal at St. Jerome School Science Academy with Edmonton Catholic Schools. She champions inclusivity and voice of all students, staff and families and works hard to ensure that everyone feels valued and welcomed and can experience success.  Twitter: @MrsPeacher


Tuesday April 26, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
New Brunswick Room