MMO staff and students on 5-year quest
Principals past and present celebrate the 25th anniversay of Monsignor Michael OLeary School on Sept. 29: (from left) Paul Follis, Audrey Hamilton, Elsie Leskew, Janet Carswell, office manager 1988 to provide, Barb Roche, Mike Kennedy and John Morris.
BRACEBRIDGE - “We voyage together” were what on the visitor registry at Monsignor Michael O’Leary Catholic School on Saturday, Sept. 29.
On its 25th anniversary its doors were opened by the Tamarack Trail school to about 150 people — past and present staff and people.
“It was going down memory lane of our trip together over the last 25 years,” said office supervisor Janet Carswell, who has been with the school almost the whole time.
“I missed the initial year,” she said.
Present primary Paul Follis was there for the first year, but was moved around for these ages, only to come home to just take the principal’s seat this year.
The majority of the workers have now been with the school for greater than a decade, according to Carswell.
There have been speeches, followed by a and an open house, when time visitors considered a number of pictures from the past.
Simcoe-Muskoka Catholic District School Board trustee Carol Corriveau-Truchon said the event celebrated the benefits to numerous generations of students. Her very own family also has a special connection to the college.
“My oldest child began there in 1994 and my youngest is Best Breguet Type XX Watch in Grade 8 now,” she said. “I’ve had four kiddies have the college. classic Dior Chiffre Rouge watches The teaching staff is really caring and understanding, and really support the youngsters create academically, but as effectively socially and spiritually.”
In 2010 you will find 279 individuals at the college drawn from the area including Vankoughnet and Muskoka Lakes township.
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