Bryan has worked in a variety education programs and joined the Cornwall Family in 2021. Using creativity in student programming and valuing relationships are key in his Education Philosophy. Bryan has a love of cooking, snowboarding and fitness.
Gil started working at Cornwall in 1998 and is passionate about supporting both students and their families while they attend our school. Despite the time spent at Cornwall, Gil feels that thanks to his students, the adage “Do a job you love and you won’t work a day in your life” still holds true for him.
Julie is our financial administrator who assists in maintaining the budget, completing payroll, as well as a number of other tasks.
Joe has a Bachelor in Education, is a certified life coach and has worked at Cornwall for 23 years. Before working at Cornwall, Joe worked in the Regina Public system for 3 years as a teacher and also worked at SIAST teaching Aboriginal life skills. Joe is passionate about working with at-risk youth and is a proud father and grandfather.
Jaimie began teaching at Cornwall in 2012. Most recently she has completed a Masters of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Regina in 2018. She believes students learn best by doing and tries to provide interactive experiences as often as possible. Jaimie loves travelling, board games, and spending time with family and friends.
Cheryl started working at Cornwall in August 2008. She previously worked in the position of Outreach Worker before moving to the Counselling team in 2015. Cheryl’s background is in social work and she is currently working towards her Master’s in Educational Psychology.
Jaime started working at Cornwall in 2020. He graduated from the First Nations University in 2017 with a degree in Indigenous Social Work. He had been working as a youth mental health worker in Northern BC prior to his move back to Regina.
Rob began working at Cornwall in 2010. Rob previously served as the Boys Counsellor for a number of years before moving to the Outreach Worker position. Rob has worked with at-risk youth and in the justice system for 30 years and is an avid Montreal Canadiens fan.
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Rick is a former employee of Cornwall Alternative School where he previously worked as the Boys Counsellor. Rick remains connected to the school and attends regularly to provide all of our students with the opportunity for traditional teachings, smudging and tipi building, among other activities.
“Teaching at Cornwall Alternative School has been a very rewarding experience for me. It is great to be able to do so well with students, as well as staff. The small school really makes it feel more like a family. I have seen so much growth this year in my students; they are truly becoming remarkable human beings.”
– Current Teacher