My name is Greg Lemieux, and I currently teach a wide variety of courses at St. Anthony’s School. I can be found in my classroom for math, science or religion, in the construction room just across the hall or the gym coaching Jr. High Boys Volleyball in the Fall. Through each of these opportunities, I work to have the students become active in their own learning, giving them the tools, but also the responsibility to achieve their own success.
Although I have taught a wide variety of courses at St. Anthony’s, my true passion is teaching math and science, notably physics. I absolutely love the connections that can be made, and the ‘light bulb’ moments that students experience when everything clicks together. This passion let to the completion of my Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in 2010, and a Bachelors of Education degree from the same institution in 2011. Most recently, I completed my Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership in 2014 from Western University of Ontario. Although I enjoy being in the classroom each day with students, a future goal of mine is to move into school administration.
Outside the classroom, I try to stay active all the time. I am an avid cyclist in the warmer months, taking part in the Leduc-Camrose MS Bike tour each year, along with other rides throughout southern Alberta. Since the winter of 2001-2002 in London Ontario, I put on my skates as an ice hockey referee. I have been fortunate to carry this personal hobby to Drumeheller for all levels of minor hockey, along with Midget AAA and Junior B in communities throughout Central Alberta.
If you have any questions for me, feel free to contact me at the school by calling 403-823-3485, or preferably by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.