Chemistry Harold Wright: Was still active not long ago; has bright kid at Juilliard School of Music, and was classmate of mine for five years at Jarvis. Spent her whole career at Jarvis. Suffers from fibromyalgia, the reason for her retirement to Thornton, Ont. about 15 years ago. Husband Ansis, a rare book dealer and
English He was born in Sudbury, Ontario, but he went to Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay, and then to Sudbury to finish his elementary and high school education. From there, he attended the University of Western Ontario for his BA in English. Mr. Boisvert has taught at Ridgetown District High School and at Owen Sound
Music Became Prof Emeritus at UofT Faculty of Music. Died in May, 2015 at the age of 81. Prof. Chandler joined U of T Music in 1967 after nine years as high school teacher, six as Head of Music at JCI. A music educator specializing in woodwinds, Ron developed a series of method books for
Norm Leggett: I really liked Mr. Ciupa. He sometimes tried to pretend he was hard-nosed, but he was filled with compassion. I met him once in my adult life. I read the gas meter at his house. But I was working and could not spend a long time talking to him.
Math Judy Gaal: One of my math teachers was Ron Crawford. In the early 80s, I went to a parent night with hubby who at the time was a full-time physics teacher at Bayview Secondary in Richmond Hill and there was Mr. Crawford. Nice to catch up with him so many years later. Unfortunately he
Physical Education May Lee – Is now Melanie Bailey, married to Ed, still living in Toronto, retired. She was a member of our Ski Club. I will see if I can get a contact email.
Physics Lesley Kisner: I would add Jim Fraser to the list (of my favourite teachers). Remember his TV course? I adored him.
Mr. Emond was born in Lac St. Marie, Quebec. He attended Timmins High, spent a year at the College Classique in Rouyn, Quebec, and proceeded to Queen’s University where he obtained his BA degree. He taught at Niagara Falls, Ontario, before coming to Jarvis. Mr. Emond is married and has a daughter. Armi nous. Harold
Art Norm Leggett: Another great teacher who was an influence. Mrs Gentles is now a world-renowned artist and I think is still active in the Jewish Community. A few years back, I touched base with Mrs. Gentles on the computer and did get to tell her how much she influenced me. She appreciated knowing that.
History Oliver Bertin: Was a very, very good teacher. We didn’t make a fuss about him at the time, but I looked back at the extra courses he gave us in Russian and French history etc and realized that he went far beyond what he needed to do. Leslie Kisner: I also recall the rigor