Staff Achievements: An Argyll Celebration
Argyll's Teaching and Learning Community Models Excellence
Alison Hancox, Argyll Assistant Principal, is a recipient of the COUNCIL FOR SCHOOL LEADERSHIP Distinguished Leadership Award
|The CSL Distinguished Leadership Awards creates a learning community of outstanding principals and assistant principals throughout Alberta who can share professionally, interact collegially and act as mentors to new colleagues. It provides avenues for research and sharing of best practices. The cadre of Distinguished Alberta School Leaders are people who are looking to challenge the status quo, improve learning in their contexts, and be equipped for higher levels of leadership. These individuals are considered role models in a vibrant network of educational leaders with the confidence and capabilities to lead innovative change for 21st century learning - the Council for School Leadership.|
Nomination for 2013 Alberta Excellence in Teaching Award
Argyll teachers were awarded the Judy Craig Professional Development Award for excellence in supporting students with learning disabilities.
Our Assistant Principal, Dr. Daylene Lauman, has been nomination as one of Canada's outstanding principals
Argyll FIGHT for Earth program wins a $10,000 grant
Argyll High School team An Act To Follow 2009 team award winners
The Argyll High School Teaching Team has received the Edmonton Public School District's ”An Act to Follow“ award for their contributions to improved student achievement in the past year.
Jim Reed, a high school math teacher at Argyll, has been recognized by his colleagues with a nomination for an APEGGA Teaching Award.
Alison Hancox has been recognized with a ”Dean's Award for Academic Excellence“ to recognize outstanding scholastic achievement in a Masters program
Rosemarie Koshman and Kenny Gee nominated for innovative and outstanding teaching.
Michele Kelly and Alison Hancox nominated for use of technology to enhance the learning environment for their students.
Marilyn McKnight and James Kelso 2009 Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence Award winners
Marilyn McKnight and James Kelso recognized as outstanding teachers who instil in their students a love of learning, helping them to excel and build successful futures.
Carolyn Semeniuk is an outstanding teacher who has been recognized with a nomination for using technology to support, enhance and enrich student learning.
Families In Greener Homes Today project empowers families, in a positive way, to learn about conservation
Congratulations to Argyll's technology team!
The Argyll Centre has been given an Elluminate Centre of Excellence Best in Class 2008 award
Margaret Kobewka, a teacher at the Argyll Centre Edmonton campus, has been nominated for an Excellence in Teaching Award
We are pleased to announce that Alison Hancox, teacher in our Live Online program, has been awarded the 2007-2008 Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence.
Susan Sawatzky, a teacher at the Argyll Calgary campus, has been nominated for the 2008 Excellence in Teaching Awards and has been selected as a Semi-finalist.
Alison Hancox, teacher at the Edmonton and Calgary Argyll campuses, is a recipient of the 2007 Smarter Kids Foundation Innovative Use of Technology Award for her ability to use technology to enhance and enrich student learning.
Jeff Goth, teacher at the Argyll Calgary Campus, has been nominated as an outstanding Alberta teacher for his innovative and creative teaching approach to literacy, research, reading and writing.
Susan Sawatzky, teacher at the Argyll Calgary campus, has been nominated for the 2007 APEGGA (The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta) Teacher Award.