|KA/KP||Marites Penano (Mrs.)
Marites has worked in Seven Oaks School Division as a teacher since 2015. Prior to her teaching assignment in Arthur E. Wright School, she worked as a middle school teacher in the Philippines. She is very passionate and commited in maximizing student's performance by inspiring their interests and instilling a sense of self-worth. She certainly believes that every student has natural talents and abilities which can be developed and enhanced.
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||Caitlyn Madzik (Ms.)
Hi! My name is Caitlyn and I have been a teacher in 7 Oaks School Division since 2017. I completed my Bachelor of Education degree and Bachelor of English degree from the University of Winnipeg. I strongly believe in student voice through fostering a safe space that encourages students to share their ideas, ask questions, and celebrate their identity. Outside of being a teacher, I am a soccer coach. I love playing soccer, puzzling, being by the pool (or beach) and spending time with my family and friends.
||Paramjeet Ranouta (Mrs.)
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||Carmelle Kozak (Ms.)
Carmelle has worked in Seven Oaks School Division as a teacher since 2012. Previously, she was employed as an environmental educator and nature interpreter for a number of non-government and government organizations. Her passion for teaching children about the natural world and making space for them to connect to nature is a constant theme and is what binds her practice and passion for educating.
|1P/2P||Cherry Cervantes (Ms.)/Brina Larsen (Ms.)||3||Mr. Levere|
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||Mary Constable (Ms.)
Mary Constable is a teacher with seven years of experience covering Early, Middle and High School Years in Manitoba and the U.K. She graduated from The University of Winnipeg in 2014, where she completed a Bachelor of Education and Arts. During her time in university, Mary enjoyed her three years as a volunteer Mentor for Seven Oaks' Bright Futures after-school programming. After graduating university, she took up an opportunity to teach in England as an Early Years teacher and taught there for five years. She returned to Winnipeg in 2019 and has since been teaching at Arthur E. Wright Community School where she enjoys connecting with the children and families in the community. Mary believes that through teaching and education, children can be guided to become individuals who contribute to society and who can make a positive impact in a variety of ways. In her teaching, she uses connections to real-life experiences and events so that the children can apply teachings more effectively and in a practical way. When she is not teaching, she enjoys going for walks, yoga, eating scrumptious food and cooking up new recipes in her kitchen!
||Lakhwinder Buttar (Mrs.)
My name is Lakhwinder. I have been a teacher in 7 Seven Oaks School Division since 2017. I was a high school teacher in India for 9 years before migrating to Canada. I want to make the difference in the lives of my children through education as they have the power to chahge the world.
||Anthony Fiorentino (Mr.)
||Daniella Greco (Ms.)
Daniella has taught at Arthur E. Wright Community School since 2017. She has completed her Bachelor of Education degree and Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Winnipeg. Daniella strives to create rich learning experiences in her classroom that allow her students to think critically, problem solve and empower them to make a difference in our world. Daniella is passionate about creating a safe space in her classroom community where everyone feels they have a voice and develops confidence in their own abilities. In her spare time, you can find Daniella reading, spending time with family and learning recipes from her Nonna (grandmother)!
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||Reanna Korade (Mrs.)
I have been a teacher in 7 Oaks School Division for 7 years. I have a Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Education and degrees in Theatre and English. I am very proud of launching FEM at AEW School this year. FEM stands for Female Empowerment Members; a club that's a platform for educating and empowering our children about the wonderful ways in which women and girls have contributed to making our communities better places. I believe in hands-on and project based learning as a way to give our students voice and choice in thier education. When I'm not living my best life at school, I enjoy being with my daughter and husband at home with our three cats. My favourite place in the world to be is in the woods, camping and listening to the sweet sounds of nature.
||Jennifer Kasprick (Ms.)
Hi! My name is Jennifer and I have been teaching at Arthur E. Wright Community School for 2 years. Before working in Seven Oaks School Division, I taught overseas in China teaching English as an Addition Language in China for ten years. This experience has taught me the value of differentiating instruction to support children in learning English as an additional language, while still honoring their first language. In my classroom, I enjoy teaching through hands on centers and group learning as a way for students to have an opportunity to share ideas and talk their thinking out. I believe in creating a classroom community where all students feel safe and have a sense of belonging. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, crafting and going on adventures with my dogs. A quote I truly believe in as a teacher : “If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn” -Ignacio Estrada
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||Hannah Obendoerfer (Ms.)
Hannah has taught in Seven Oaks School Division for 3 years. She completed a Bachelor of Education degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Manitoba. As an educator, Hannah feels passionate about social justice and creating an equitable, engaging and inclusive experience for her students. She enjoys teaching all subject areas, but has a special love for teaching science. In her spare time, Hannah enjoys creating memories with her family, camping, reading, snowboarding and cycling.
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||Cara Argue (Mrs.)
Hi there! My name is Cara and I have been teaching in Seven Oaks Division for 7 incredible years! I have my Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Education and will be a Master’s graduate in the Spring 2021. I am a firm believer of creating healthy relationships with each of my students. We strive to create a sense of belonging in our classroom, while at the same time appreciating our own unique cultural identity. I enjoy teaching all subject areas, especially when we focus on bigger ideas and connections to our world around us. I incorporate mindfulness and active living into everything that I do. As a pastime, I enjoy being at the lake and traveling around the world!
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Max Santiago (Mr.)
Max worked as an assistant computer instructor in a cruise vessel prior to migrating to Canada. He has always been fascinated with technology and Math. He likes capturing smiles from people and you might see him sometimes holding a camera during school events. He completed his Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Education at University of Manitoba. In class, Max knows that students who develop a growth mindset can experience the joy of learning in the midst of challenges. He loves infusing exercise and technology in his class. Max is excited to share his passion for learning! This is his 10th year at Arthur E. Wright Community School. After school, he enjoys spending time with his family and exploring parks and campsites he has never been before. He enjoys keeping in touch with family and friends in the Philippines.
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Carly Richards (Ms.)
Carly has worked in Seven Oaks School Division for 3 years. Before joining the team at AEW Carly taught overseas in the United Kingdom. She is currently working towards her Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Special Education at the University of Winnipeg. Carly believes in fostering a life long love of learning and providing hands on experiences for her students. She wants to create a safe space in her classroom where her students can have their voices heard and are comfortable to be themselves. Carly is an ally for the 2SLGBTQ+ community and an advocate for people with disabilities. When she's not in her classroom she can be found reading a good book, fishing, baking, watching a rugby match or hanging out with her pet lizard.
|7J/8J||Ethan Ross (Mr.)||15||Mr. Levere|
||Julie Rowluk (Ms.)
Hello! I am Julie, a proud member of the Seven Oaks School Division since 2019. I was inspired to pursue a career in education after experiencing the joyful atmosphere of my daughter's school. I am grateful to have the opportunity to challenge young minds to think critically about the world around them and to use the power of their individual and collective voices. I am committed to reconciliation through education and understanding, and strive to implement the recommendations put forth by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Outside of the classroom, I love tooling around the prairies with my family in our 1975 Boler.
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||Michelle Dombek (Ms.)
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||Darren Sancartier (Mr.)
||Jasmyne Sidhu (Mrs.)
Jasmyne has been a teacher with the Seven Oaks School Division since October 2019, prior to that she taught Math and Chemistry at the high school level in Windsor, Ontario. She completed her Bachelor of Mathematics [Honours] and Bachelor of Education at the University of Windsor. Jasmyne is passionate about improving math literacy and creating an inclusive environment for all of her students. In her spare time, Jasmyne enjoys spending time with family and friends and tries to travel as much as possible.
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