Tell us who your school day hero is.
Mix 97 wants to recognize those who go above and beyond, who spend their time making our kids better citizens, who really make a difference in our kids’ lives.
Every Tuesday morning at 7:45am the Mix Morning Crew will announce the week’s winner and spotlight the School Day Hero of the Week!
If your hero is chosen, they’ll win a gift certificate to Wannamaker’s Bakeshop!!
Latest featured hero:
Lifeguard from Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf
What makes this person a hero? :
Fill out the form below to submit your hero.
Teacher from Bayside Public School
Mrs.McPherson always has a smile on her face(even tho you know she has had a rough day). She is always so patient kind and caring to all her students.
Mrs.McPherson we are so glad to have you in Olivia’s school life, we cant thank you enough for all that you do for Olivia, her classmates, and the staff & students at Bayside Public School.
You are a true school hero!
from Crossing Guard
Jon starts every student and driver’s day off with a smile and a wave! He’s a cheerful face to see in the morning and is at his post and ready to work no matter what the weather brings.
from Parkdale public school
She is always very kind and caring. She is there when I need her even when I don’t. She is very kind to my other siblings and is there to talk when needed. She praises all the kids when there doing something good. She always has a smile on her face even if she is having a rough day. She is the best teacher in the whole wide world. That’s why she deserves to win school day hero.
from St.Teresa S.S.
Always smiling, and easy to talk to. She has helped our daughter who struggles with anxiety want to go to school and not miss her class. She is fun and loving to all of the kids!
Warren and Cheryl
from Kente bus 🚌 driver and monitor with Hanthorn
My daughter is on the autism spectrum and has to travel from Belleville to Kente Public School to attend a program that meets her needs. She’s been there since grade 4 and just had her grade 8 graduation so off to high school in September. For the past number of years, she’s been traveling on the bus for 2 hours a day!!! And hating it. There were a number of pink slips for behaviour of course but Warren always greeted her with a smile and helped her end her long days with a smile by joking around with her as she got off the bus. His wife Cheryl is the monitor and she has always been very patient and understanding. She takes the time to talk to her and show her pictures of animals. She even let Rebecca use her cell phone to call me on the way home because she was scared of the thunderstorm. So I can’t let this chapter of my daughter’s life close without thanking these two people!!!
from SHAPE Program at William R. Kirk School
SHAPE is an alternative program for secondary school students who for various reasons can not attend regular high school. SHAPE stands for – South Hastings Alternative Personalized Education. Hugh is a true HERO to his students! He goes above and beyond on a daily basis with his incredible kindness, support and guidance with his wonderful sense of humour! Unfortunately for SHAPE, this is Hugh’s last year with this program – he is moving to another alternative program in Shannonville called HOPE – those students will be so lucky to have Hugh as their teacher. Hugh will be missed by his fellow staff members and wish him well in his new role.