In fact, they responded overwhelmingly, and overwhelmingly in favour of one option. Of the 13 in person submissions, seven suggested the school be named in honour of the late Dr. David Dibbon, a former teacher, principal, school board trustee and dean of education at Memorial. Only one other proposal (for Dorothy Wyatt) received more than one submission (three).
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Obviously, from these guidelines, we can see that the community is an important part of this process.
Sometimes, however, you have an opportunity to honour someone with a dedication that is truly fitting.
First off I like the name, I think it should be kept. Secondly, if ppl are small enough to compare the school to the Waterford Hospital then let them have their chuckle you can't change the mind of these sorts of ppl.
Call it Waterford Riverdale High, and put a statue of Forsythe "Jughead" Pendleton Jones III on the concourse. We are having the democratic process with the name game while our govt runs education into a centralized impossibility. In spite of his reputation as slow and lazy, you know, Jughead is frequently shown to be extremely intelligent, and often surprises his skeptical friends (notably Reggie Mantle and Veronica Lodge) with his vast knowledge on a wide variety of subjects, including history, anthropology, literature, linguistics, and science. In several issues, Jughead has demonstrated that his IQ is well above average. He is an extremely good student, which exasperates his teachers when he sometimes pays them no attention.
Take this opportunity to honour someone whose entire professional career was dedicated to education in one way or another and whose impact on education in our city, province and country was enormous.
Dr. Dibbon stood for excellence in education. He was a leader and a pioneer in technology based education methods. He believed strongly in fitness and physical activity and he was a believer in the power of schools to strengthen a community and neighbourhood spirit.
The board maintains the general right and responsibility to name, re name and dedicate all schools in the district.
The guidelines on the district's website regarding naming and re naming schools clearly puts the ultimate decision in the hands of the trustees and spells out the process. Here are the relevant points:
His intelligence varies from story to story. In many cases, he has trouble keeping decent grades, but was once given an award for being the best student in the school. Once, in Little Archie, it was revealed that as a student, Jughead was second only to Dilton Doiley. His intelligence is displayed by his sharp wit, the occasional deep insight, and the odd chance he gets to upstage or outsmart Reggie Mantle. In one issue, Mr. Weatherbee tries to cut down on Jughead's food consumption, only to realize that Jughead's brain stops functioning without massive amounts of food. Professor Flutesnoot implies that Jughead's brain burns all the calories, which keeps him thin.
Allowing the public to be part of this process sends the right message: this is your school. After all, it will no doubt be a focal point of the neighbourhood and the school community in general for many, many years to come. Thousands of people will have a vested interest in its success.
The public, to its credit, responded.
the Waterford Valley High as being an all encompassing part of where it's located and all people no matter what illness that it may be associated with. We are so disillusioned by what people may associate our children with yet we may have a child who will need the services of the Waterford hospital and I can assure you that we will not want children to look at them with that same stigma that you exhibit in your letters and comments.
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should be undertaken following consultation with the community.
When the committee came to its decision, they recommended "Waterford Valley High." This name simply reflects the location of the building. It does not reflect any values or ideals on which this school could be built.
I know there has been a trend in recent years, both in the province and out, of naming schools after locations, and maybe sometimes that's OK.
make the right choice
While I truly respect the work and effort of the committee, I am asking that the board of trustees reject the name "Waterford Valley High" for the new high school. The overwhelming opinion of the community has to mean something.
Of the 700 plus email submissions, over 630 suggested Dr. David Prada Nylon Bag Collection 2015 Dibbon. That is a substantial and resounding majority. Clearly that idea struck a chord in the community.
The board will consider names that relate to the location of the school, persons who have made an outstanding contribution to the country, province or municipality, or to public service on behalf of children, and have significant meaning to the community.
You will never satisfy everyone with the name so make the decision and be done. Those who don't like it send your kids elsewhere.
My children will be going to this school. And I personally dislike the idea of naming it after one individual. The school is situated in the Waterford Valley so its appropriate.
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