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Year: 1997 – Province: New Brunswick
Certificate of Achievement Recipients
Wendy Coyle teaches a methods and resources class for grades 6 through 12 at Stanley High School in Stanley, where the local school is the focal point of the surrounding rural community. In only a few years, her influence has been enormous on students, teachers and the community as a whole. Ms. Coyle has introduced a number of programs for assisting and inspiring students, including those with special needs. Her Peer Helpers and Peer Tutors are students, chosen by their peers, who volunteer to organize various student activities and to help others improve their learning abilities, self-esteem and motivation. Her newly formed Junior Achievers are currently learning business development and managerial skills. As these programs evolve, students are increasingly eager to take part.
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