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Service Excellence Award
Service Excellence Awards
 

2021-2022 Service Excellence Awards

The UCDSB Service Excellence Awards are a peer-to-peer employee recognition program that was created in the 2015-16 school year. These awards were created to recognize exceptional  service to our students, their families and our co-workers.

A selection committee determines the top nominees following a detailed review of how the nominees demonstrated the UCDSB’s Six Qualities of Service Excellence, showed leadership in the area of service excellence and made an impact within our system.

Recipients of the 2021-2022 Service Excellence Awards are as follows:

 Diana K Diana Kingston, Comptroller of Finance, Board Office
Diana received this award for bringing her best self to work each day, being dedicated to ensuring those around her are well taken care of and leading a team in a seamless transition from office to home during the pandemic.
 Ron Pilon Ron Pilon, Custodian, Sweet’s Corners Public School
Ron received this award for going above and beyond in his job to build a culture of care at the school, collaborating with his colleagues and taking extra time to interact with students to make a positive school experience.
 Tracey MacTavish Tracey MacTavish, Educational Assistant, Duncan J Schoular PS
Tracey received this award for going out of her way to check in with colleagues, celebrating student success and showing selflessness by purchasing supplies for students in need.
 Danielle O Danielle Ouellet, Principal, Brockville Collegiate Institute
Danielle received this award for helping staff and students through tough times, prioritizing quality education, and understanding the resources and needs of students to be successful.
 Tracy Moorhouse Tracy Moorhouse, Teacher, Iroquois PS
Tracy received this award for recognizing student needs and differentiating her instruction accordingly, prioritizing quality education and being helpful and caring towards her colleagues.
 Sandy McInnes Sandy McInnes, Principal, TR Leger School
Sandy received this award for contributing to the growth and success of TR Leger programs, spending extra time to onboard new employees and providing opportunities that have been recognized provincially.
 Jennifer Perry Jennifer Perry, Superintendent of Wellness and Mental Health
Jennifer received this award for her teamwork and extreme care in everything she does, collaboration, bringing colleagues together in a collaborative way and making sure everyone around her feels supported.

Special Designation Program Team, TR Leger Cornwall Campus

The SDP team, comprised of Cameron MacPhee, Lise Walker, Shawn Roach, Amanda Young, Monique Favreau, and Steve Mallet, received this award for their expertise, devotion and authentic desire to connect with students in a genuine and meaningful way. 

TR Leger SDP Team

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