Descartes medallists

Dale, Victoria

Vicki Dale says she feels like a proud grandmother when she sees the remarkable work of some of her former students. She cites the example of attending workshops on new curriculum given by students she taught. However, her talent is evident elsewhere as well. Vicki has coached a number of students to exceptional finishes in mathematics competitions.
Vicki describes herself as a restless, independent child whose parents let her attend a variety of schools: St. Thomas S.S. and St. Michael’s S.S. in Sudbury, Notre Dame College in Ottawa, Marymount College in Sudbury, and Loretta Abbey in Toronto.  She earned her degree from the University of Windsor, then later took a variety of courses at Laurentian University, the University of Waterloo and O.I.S.E.
She taught first at Sudbury H.S., then at Vaughan Road C.I. and Runnymede C.I. in Toronto, before moving to Lo Ellen Park S.S. in Sudbury where she was department head and taught for 26 years. While at Lo Ellen, Vicki built the enriched level program in mathematics and was the coordinator of the International Baccalaureate Program.
Duplicate bridge is a recent and consuming pastime for Vicki, but she also enjoys snowshoeing, hiking, skiing, reading, cooking and travelling.

    Dale, Victoria
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