Leadership Recognition

“Leadership in the OCDSB is the demonstration of personal initiative to achieve a positive outcome.”


As representatives of our school population, our Student Council provides input for our school-wide events, including organizing and running our intermediate dances (making decorations, running the canteen at dances, counting the money and making the deposit, donating money to local charities). Our students also demonstrate leadership in sports, where they have won 35 regional O.C.E.A.A. banners and 5 Board O.C.E.A.A. banners. Our “HELP” Club is a student run social justice club that select a number of initiatives each year. In addition to informal recognition on a regular basis, we also acknowledge their contributions in our classrooms, school announcements, newsletters, assemblies, our principal’s report to School Council, and end-of year awards ceremonies. As well, we recognize student leadership by incorporating their suggestions into our planning.


Our staff have a wealth of professional qualifications including Masters Degrees and Bachelor’s degrees in Phys. Ed., Music, Guidance and Computers as well as additional qualifications (Specialist) in ESL, Special Education, FSL, and Biology. Our staff members keep abreast of current educational issues through membership in various organizations (Learning Disabilities Association of Ottawa-Carleton, Council for Exceptional Children, Intermediate Music Council). Our staff has actively participated in numerous Board-wide professional development activities in literacy and numeracy, and we recognize their initiative by providing and supporting opportunities for further professional growth. We recognize staff leadership at monthly staff meetings, school newsletters, assemblies, performance appraisals, and our principal’s report to School Council. In the past, one of our staff members won the Premier’s Award for Excellence in Special Education, and two of our teachers have been nominated for the Capital Educator’s Award.


Last year, our volunteers contributed countless hours of support for the benefit of students in our school. They are actively involved in fundraising (Dance-a-thon, Milk Program, Book Bonanza), AIR (Artist in Residence), helping out with pizza lunches, running sports days, and volunteering on field trips, just to name a few activities. We thank our parents, guardians and volunteers on an on-going basis, and look for opportunities to acknowledge them through school announcements, our principal’s report to Council, school newsletters, and our annual volunteer appreciation event.


At Broadview, we work closely with our community partners and recognize their contributions through our school announcements, school newsletters, school website and principal’s report to School Council. Our partners include Dovercourt Recreation Centre, Scotiabank, the Ottawa 67s, and Child and Youth Friendly Ottawa.

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