Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Dedicated educators retire after a combined 47 years

St. Francis de Sales principal and learning-assistance teacher shown great appreciation at send-off

Cecilia McLaren.
Julianna Craig.
Recently I had a chance to talk to two dedicated educators from St. Francis de Sales Elementary School who are moving on to retirement:
It was a bittersweet retirement for two St. Francis de Sales elementary school educators. Cecilia McLaren, the principal, and Julianna Craig, the school's learning assistance teacher, had worked tirelessly and passionately at their profession for a combined 47 years. Both are now looking forward to the next phase in their lives.

"It's been a privilege to work in a faith-based environment, but I can't teach forever," Craig said.

"I will miss the children," added McLaren.

Both long-time educators look forward to spending time with their families and exploring new opportunities in their golden years.
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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