The Eastern Ontario Region OPSOA Retreat was held January 25 and 26, 2013 at the Lord Elgin Hotel in Ottawa.
Keynote speakers were Catherine Foy and Dr. Ben Levin.
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At the annual Ontario Public Supervisory Officials Association (OPSOA) conference in April 2012, five OPSOA members were presented with the Distinguished Leadership Award.
This award is presented annually to Supervisory Officials who demonstrate outstanding ability and leadership in public education.
The awards were presented by Ken Bain, OPSOA President (4th from left) and Laura Elliott, OPSOA President-Elect (far right).
From left to right the award recipients were:
Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Strategy:
A multi-sector collaboration to improve recognition, diagnosis and management in Ontario
CODE is pleased to share the April 3, 2012 newsletter from Concussions Ontario.
Linda Fabi, Director of Education in Waterloo DSB (Ont) and Curtis Brown, Superintendent in CB South Slave Divisional Educational Council (NWT), were selected by CASA as the designated Superintendent(s) of the Year for Canada and received the Xerox/CASA EXL award in July at the CASA conference. The Canadian Superintendent of the Year is also presented at the American Association of School Administrators conference where the American Superintendent of the Year is selected.
Supervisory Officers' Qualification Program
Offered in conjunction with Ontario Principals' Council. See the Ontario Principals' Council Web Site for further details.
"Innovate Now!" – 2013 Upper Canada District School Board Small School Summit, October 24 and 25, Nav Centre, Cornwall, Ontario. Come discover how innovative thinking and best practices can advance student learning in the 21st century. Guest speakers: Canadian Music Icon David Usher; Social Media Expert Amber MacArthur; and Dianne Buckner, host of CBC TV's Dragon's Den. Learn how to: successfully use project-based learning in your community; innovative techniques and best practices to advance special education; how to use yoga, meditation, visualization and the arts to advance student learning; how to connect with your students using dance to help the brain; how an "app smackdown" works; and much, much more.
Visit http://www.ucdsb.on.ca/ and click on the Small School Summit icon for more information.