School Staff


Vice-Principal
Craig Skinner
Kindergarten Team
Rebeccah Malcom
Sara Ruyter
Jessica Splinter
Cassandra Walters
ECE's
Laurie Chorich
Kim Cinciripini
Leslie Cooke
Jackie Kimmerley
Grade One Team
Kara Boyce 
Colleen Chisholm-Bennett
Tamara Creaser
Terry Lapp
Alison Lusignan
Grade Two Team
Natalie Davidson
Terry Lapp
Katherine Laushway
Liz Livermore 
Mirella Weirich
Grade Three Team
Lynn Barry
Doralene Berg
Meghan Button
Natalie Davidson
Stefanie Nagle
Susan Sande
Grade Four Team
Amanda Arnone
Carole Bourdon
Nancy Currie
Tara Hudon
Eric Schefski
Grade Five Team 
Grace Barakat  
Yolanda Gaiarsa
Ryan Hertner
Jordan Laurin
Eric Schefski
Grade Six Team
Meaghan Beanlands
Jillian Brazil
Joanne Costanzo
Yolanda Gaiarsa
Jordan Laurin
Sandra Polito
Vanessa Rodrigue
French Team
Melissa Alexander
Grace Barakat
Meaghan Beanlands
Chris Bentivoglio
Carole Bourdon
Nancy Currie
Yolanda Gaiarsa
Rebeccah Malcom
Deanna McDonald-Johns
Tanya McEnery
Jessica Splinter
Vanessa Rodrigue
EA's
Kelly-Ann Davis
Dale Fitzgerald
Mary Smallwood
Resource
Amanda Arnone
Trish Hutchings
Carolyn Joseph
ELL Teacher
Janet Ellsworth 
Library
Kerri Reynolds-Wallace
Custodians
Tony Kiley
Rob McMullan
Marcel Renaud
Office Administrators
Kellie-Anne Mathieson
Elaine Schouten

About Our School


Principal Message

The children of Guardian Angels are surrounded by love and learning as the teaching staff work together with the Church and home to strive for excellence! We will continue to work through our challenges and celebrate our successes.

Our school community is enriched on a daily basis by our Catholic faith. We welcome Monsignor Joseph Muldoon to our school community and Holy Spirit Parish. Monsignor Muldoon plays a vital role in our school community through masses and frequent visits in our classes, our playground and our hallways. The wonderful connection with God, made through the sacraments, is enriched through the weekly Sunday Mass. Children form their value system by observing excellent modeling by the important adults in their lives.

The student agenda provides vital information about Guardian Angels School policies, procedures and important dates to remember. It is a key link that keeps families informed of homework, special projects and the many events occurring each month at Guardian Angels. Please support our teachers by checking your child's agenda on a nightly basis to enhance the adaptation of lifelong organizational skills.

Our school benefits from your work as a volunteer and from your participation on our Catholic School Council. Great things have been accomplished (and purchased) through the teamwork provided last year. We look forward to another "action packed" school year and new projects embarked upon together. Please consider joining us for the monthly meetings! Call me anytime you have a question or require information about our school. I value your input!

Michelle Corbett
Principal 

Spiritual Theme for 2017-2018

"Sent to be the Good News"

Our new new Spiritual Theme "Sent to be the Good News" enables our staff, students and community to dig deep in the Gospel to make real and meaningful connections with our everyday lives. The theme is inspired by the following passage:

“The spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favour.”  Gospel of Luke, 4:14-20

This passage calls for us to bring the Good News to all learners and their families, and to rediscover and deepen our commitment to the gift of faith in our lives. We look forward to showcasing the ways in which our staff and students connect with this spiritual theme.


Schools on the Move

The Schools on the Move initiative, now in its third year, highlights an impressive group of now over 100 schools - Guardian Angels is one. Guardian Angels has made substantial progress in raising student achievement and have sustained this progress over several years. "Schools learning with and from other schools" is the core idea - networking is a powerful way to ensure that successful practice spreads from school to school across the province.

Activities, Clubs & Teams


Chess
Choir
Cross Country
Badminton
Basketball
Dance Showcase
Environment Club
Handball
Intramurals
Lacrosse
PALS Program
Peer Mediators
Silver Birch Reading Club
Tchoukball
Track and Field
Volleyball