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Brix & Stix Reward Program
We are excited to share that our school is part of the Rewards Program at our local Brix & Stix store. If you shop for toys and gifts at Brix & Stix, ...Full Story
Wednesday, January 17
Principal's Blog
December 1, 2016
The first characteristic that is prioritized in our Vision Statement is “engagement." We want our school to be an “engaged school community." I believe that a community of this nature calls for the following three key requirements: 1.
November 10, 2016
I believe that there are three key requirements that are needed for engagement: action, commitment, and love. Today’s post is going to address the “action” requirement. Simply put, an engaged school community is
April 13, 2016
My wife and I have been fortunate enough to travel to some wonderful places. On our trips I love to see the architecture, particularly historical buildings; structures like Chichen Itza in Yucatan, Mexico and the Coliseum in Rome, which are two of

Jessica Waugh, Grade 7/8 Teacher

I teach Grade seven and eight at STCCS, and also lead the Music and French classes for the students.  I am the teacher facilitator for the Worship Team and Chapel, direct the Christmas ministry, and pair up with "Miss M" for all kinds of mischief at the school.

Hailing from a small town in Northern Ontario, I attended the University of Western Ontario's Faculty of Music under a four-year Faculty Scholarship in the Music Education Department.  I continued my studies at Althouse, Western's Education Faculty, and was awarded the Don Wright Music Education Award for my graduating class.  Upon graduating, I returned to my home town to teach in the local high school. During my years there, I was responsible for the creation and implementation of three new music courses for young artists.  After two years of teaching in the North, I felt dramatically called into Christian Education and returned to South-Western Ontario.

I believe that all education is about helping students find their voice.   As a Christ-follower, I believe the goal of every "voice" is to glorify God, our Creator.  My classroom is a place where students are encouraged to develop their gifts and skills, and to use those gifts to serve and worship God. I consistently challenge my students to go deeper in their faith walk, ask tough questions, and "live out loud" for Christ.


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