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Patrick Kennedy


McAdam Avenue School


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kelly kennedy & co


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PSSC past minutes to past meetings

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McAdam Avenue Update, Pat Kennedy· Kindergarten Registration will be held in October this year to allow for pre-assessment and preparation of students entering school next fall.· School Review: Pat indicated that we did well on the school review performed last year but there is room for improvement in some areas.The official report has not yet been released, but the PSSC will be given access to it when it becomes available.Further discussion was deferred to the next PSSC meeting.· Pat revealed that the 2003/2004 Grade 2 literacy assessments were strong, with McAdam Avenue coming in ahead of the district.Pat indicated that resource levels have been great for this child, as he has a full time TA and also access to an 'Apsea' person on a regular basis.· The Home & School Association suggested hosting a presentation from Sylvan on strategies for dealing with Homework.It was suggested that this might not be a wise idea, since we, on behalf of McAdam Avenue Elementary School, don't want to appear to endorse one organization over the other. · Pat indicated that Mrs. Dorcas, our Literacy Mentor, will likely be hosting a Literacy Night sometime in the fall.Pat foresees this being a valuable resource for dealing with behavioural issues in the future. · Pat mentioned that McAdam Avenue has been awarded a YCAP grant of $3500 to fund a 1/4 km track in the school yard.· Pat would like the PSSC to help decide whether the ICF program should be mandatory for all grade 5 students, starting in the fall of 2005.1. Pat Kennedy reported the following: - Results from last year's grade five class are in and look very positive - On Wednesday, November 5, McAdam Ave Elementary will be privileged to host a Welsh visitor who is interested in the ICF program, as he has a similar program in his school - A brief explanation was given of what the remaining 8 Grade Five students who aren't a part of the Intensive Core French program are doing in its stead.2. Pat also suggested that we consider making the ICF program mandatory starting in Fall 2004- Pat brought up new concerns about vandalism in the school yard. - Pat noted that there has been no change in McAdam's wheelchair accessibility status, and suggested that this is not likely to change until we encounter a student who needs it. - Shyanne and Janet both expressed concerns that our school may be required by law to make itself more wheelchair accessible before that fact, and Pat offered to research this further in order to determine if this indeed is a requirement. - Pat gave an update: The internal review went well, and will be submitted to the external review board; this will lead to a report being submitted to a representative of the Department of Education. - Pat noted the program's usefulness in terms of organization and keeping track of all our programs. - Pat reported that this project is moving forward slowly; a quote has not yet been secured, and funding is not in place.Pat suggested that the money may need to be pulled from the Teachers' Working Condition fund. - Pat noted some interesting information concerning the school's history on the Heritage website.As well, Pat suggested we address this event after Christmas, perhaps implementing it as a theme into an event already in place (i.e. Winter Carnival). - Pat distributed a copy of this to members of the group.Pat then noted that she and Dawn Corbett have been working together to update the Grassroots program.As well, the two are working in conjunction with McAdam Avenue's special visitor from Holland, developing an online mentoring program along with the Dutch technology team.B. Literacy Programs and Implementations1. Pat updated the group on the discussions which took place on Professional Development day. - Representatives of McAdam avenue school met with representatives of three other schools to discuss focus on literacy. - Pat judged McAdam to be on par or ahead of other schools, based on reading levels reported.2. Pat noted that we do not yet have a "Behavior Mentor".Pat expressed concern about this, noting that we would only be entitled to one half day per week of this person's time.3. Positive comments were made about McAdam Avenue's Drama Program, and Pat confirmed that the Drama Festival will be going ahead after Christmas.Pat noted that this could be researched. - Pat and other group members agreed that the Phys.Ed.Program is running smoothly this year. - Pat noted, however, that McAdam Avenue's current PE mentor has left, and that the school needs to find another. - Pat presented copies of the book "Achieving Inclusion: A Parent Guide to Inclusive Education in New Brunswick" to each member of the group.She noted that these books are being distributed free of charge by the New Brunswick Association for Community Living.The association would like this resource to be made available to any parent who is interested. Pat Kennedy, PrincipalPat explained the concept of the ICF program to the new PSSC members.Pat stated that the staffing schedule for Mr. Branscombe, as proposed in the PSSC minutes of May 15, 2003, is working out well.Pat distributed copies for the PSSC members to view.Pat distributed the updated school improvement plan.Additions include the Steps to Respect program and a focus on Science, with a goal of becoming a 'green' school.Dawn Corbett and Pat will soon be updating the technology plan for the year.Pat said that it is up to the principal of a specific school to decide whether or not to accept applying students.Pat discussed the school assessment process.Pat proposed a celebration day, perhaps later in the school year.Further discussion was deferred to a future meeting.Pat said it has been well received and is an excellent resource for the teachers.The new walkway and policy for leaving the school grounds was discussed.Pat and Nancy agree that it provides a safer environment for the children as they come and go from the school grounds.Pat indicated that funding has been found.Pat suggested that offers of 'assistance' in the construction phase could be accepted as long as the district standards are followed.Plan Next Meeting DatePat Kennedy, PrincipalPat spoke with David McFarlane who indicated that McAdam Avenue would continue participation in the ICF pilot program next year but no specific details have been received to date.Pat indicated that nineteen students have expressed an interest for next year.Pat discussed a few proposals for the composition of next year's grade four and five classes.She is attending a full day meeting April 16, 2003 to discuss the ICF pilot program with district representatives and representatives from the other four pilot schools.This year's results will be announced at this meeting.Pat and Donna both indicated that there have been no major concerns to date.Pat suggested that the District would assume responsibility for installation and maintenance if funding from other sources were to provide the lights themselves.Provincial AssessmentsProvincial assessment results were discussed.Pat will invite parents to come view assessment results.Pat explained that this year there is a special 'Mickey Adam' choir which was hand-picked by Mrs. Hayward to take to the music festival.Pat Kennedy, PrincipalPat stated that the lights at the school doors are the district's responsibility and that this issue could be brought up in the monthly Health and Safety report to the district.Intensive Core French UpdateThe assessment of the intensive core French pilot has been performed but the results are not back yet.Pat stated that the assessments go to Quebec to be marked.Pat offered to contact Fiona Cogswell to get an explanation for this.Pat circulated a copy of a Parent Questionnaire, prepared by Paula Kristmanson, that will be used in the assessment of the overall effectiveness of the program.Pat found there was a short period of time when the Intensive French students were feeling a little elite but Mlle Massé brought them back down to earth.Pat felt that she would be interested but if a full time position were available elsewhere, she would likely tak

About Us | Kelly Kennedy & Co

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The firm was founded by Patrick Kennedy and Philip Kelly in 1979 and is situated at 22 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Patrick Kennedy Patrick Kennedy Co Founder Patrick is a co-founder of Kelly Kennedy & Co. Solicitors and is an experienced practitioner in all areas of the firm's practice, with particular authority in conveyancing in relation to private and commercial property, company law, civil litigation, probate, wills and trusts, family and employment Law. atrick specialises in the sale and acquisition of companies, licensed premises and hotels, the sale, acquisition and establishment of nursing homes, the sale and acquisition of properties on behalf of investor clients and developer clients and advising on all aspects of commercial and landlord and tenant law. Patrick is a former member of the Irish Trade Board and a former Director of the Bone Marrow for Leukaemia Trust.

Kelly Kennedy & Co.

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Patrick Kennedy | Partner
Patrick Kennedy qualified as a solicitor in 1978 as a member of the Incorporated Law Society, having spent a number of years as a teacher with the Department of Education. In 1979 he co-founded Kelly Kennedy & Co. Solicitors with Patrick Kennedy in 1979. Read More

Kelly Kennedy & Co.

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Solicitors was founded in 1979 by the present partners Philip Kelly and Patrick Kennedy.

Research and Education

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Secretary: Pat Kennedy, LL.B., Solicitor.

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