Descartes medallists

Grew, Patrick

At Frontenac S.S., Pat Grew's principal
describes him as, “the Spirit of Frontenac”.
As a department head he excels. His leadership has developed a department committed to instilling the desire to learn in every student.
Pat was born in Saint John, N.B., eventually moving to a small village called Cross Creek when he was in grade 7. He attended high school in Stanley, N.B., Mount Allison University, and McArthur College at Queens University. His teaching career spans 21 years at schools in Nepean and Kingston.
Pat has received both the Outstanding Service Award and Teacher of the Year Award from the Limestone Board. In addition, his department won the Kenneth D. Fryer Award from O.A.M.E. He has actively promoted mathematics competitions at both the elementary and secondary levels.
Pat loves sports, particularly hockey and basketball. Other interests include fishing, kayacking, golfing, skiing and making maple syrup the old fashioned way. He has coached high school basketball throughout his teaching career. Pat's wife Nancy is a grade 5 teacher. Their son Adrian is in grade 5 this year.

    Grew, Patrick
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