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Fennell, Paul

Paul Fennell has been called a first class teacher and a first class individual; a teacher with boundless energy. He has devoted countless hours to mathematics education.
He grew up in Port Credit, attending Queen Elizabeth II P.S. and Kenollie P.S., then Deer Park P.S. and Oakwood C.I. in Toronto. He went to the University of Waterloo and Althouse College.
Paul has spent much of his teaching career at Ingersoll D.C.I. where he became coordinator of mathematics and science. He also taught at College Avenue S.S. in Woodstock where he was department head, and currently teaches at Medway H.S. in London.  He has also been a mathematics consultant and computer site administrator for the Oxford County Board of Education, as well as a driver education teacher.
Paul has been involved with O.S.S.T.F., G.V.M.A., O.A.M.E. and the Oxford County Mathematics Subject Council.  He has taken on many roles with the Canadian Mathematics Competition. He’s been a wrestling coach, a producer of school musicals and a student council advisor.
Paul is active with his church and has been part of the Ingersoll Cheese and Wine Committee.

    Fennell, Paul
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