Three teachers from ASD-S are among the ten educators in the NB Anglophone districts who have been presented with the Minister’s Excellence in Education award recognizing their outstanding work.
In a message of congratulations, Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Dominic Cardy said, “Thank you and congratulations to all of this year’s recipients for going above and beyond for their students. Your work is inspirational and New Brunswick is fortunate to have educators that possess so much passion and creativity for helping students foster a love of learning that will follow them throughout their lives.”
Our winners received awards during a banquet and ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 16, in Fredericton:
- Susan Boyle, Dr. A. T. Leatherbarrow Primary School, Hampton
- Shane Kelbaugh, Rothesay High School
- Paul Kelly, Hazen-White–St. Francis School, Saint John
The awards recognize those who have shown exceptional dedication, ingenuity, leadership, passion and professionalism in the education and early learning systems. They also highlight the success of innovative methods of fostering the development of young children and students; exceptional efforts to promote a positive learning environment; and initiatives to support students with difficulties.
Congratulations to these exceptional educators!
Front row, from left: George Daley, deputy minister of Education and Early Childhood Education (Anglophone sector); recipients Angela Young, Venessa Poirier-LeBlanc, Sheila Morgan and Susan Boyle. Back row, from left: recipients Shane Kelbaugh, Jonathan Godbout, Paul Kelly, Lesley Stewart, Ginger Carson and Alice Sewell.