Jeanne Gray is completing her first term as the Halton District School Board Trustee representing Halton Hills. Her background includes 36 years of working in public education – mostly as a teacher and as an administrator.
She is known for her collaborative approach and excellent communication skills. She is approachable and always open and receptive to innovative ideas. Most importantly, she is a tireless worker who is committed to ensuring that fiscally responsible decisions are made to ensure that safe, inclusive and engaging learning environments exist for all students.
With 36 years of experience in public education, Jeanne provides strong leadership and advocacy ensuring that students and their learning needs are always kept at the forefront of all decisions. Her strong track record in public education has provided her with the leadership experiences to address current issues in education such as special education, student safety, mental health and wellness, transportation, program accommodation, assessment and evaluation, and facility renewal.
In her own community, Jeanne is a weekly volunteer at the Hungry Bears Breakfast program at Ethel Gardiner P.S. During the year, she attends numerous special events at each of the 15 schools located in Halton Hills and is frequently seen supporting various activities and celebrations throughout the community. She is a proud member of the Retired Women Teachers of Ontario – Lydia Snow North Halton Branch.