Descartes medallists

Webster, Wally

Wally Webster is well known in educational circles in Western Ontario for his wide range of interests and accomplishments in school mathematics.
He began his formal education at S.S. No.3, Dawn Township, followed by high school at Lambton Kent D.H.S. in Dresden, then went to the University of Guelph.
He taught for 26 years at South Huron D.H.S. in Exeter (the home of the white squirrel!), where he was head of the mathematics department.  He is currently the Assessment and Evaluation Coordinator for the Avon Maitland School Board.
Wally has been involved in curriculum development, writing textbooks, and working on numerous other projects in education.
He is the chair of the Pascal Contest problems committee at the University of Waterloo and has been a frequent marker of Euclid and Descartes Competition papers. He has been an active speaker and organizer with associations for mathematics teachers.  Along the way he has also found time to coach basketball and baseball. His hobbies include woodworking, sports, fishing and travelling. In 2003, he and his wife Lois took their forty-first trip.

    Webster, Wally
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