She Is a Perfect Teacher And Principal She Is very Outgoing and Beautiful
Although she was NEVER there. She was an excellent principal. Stern but friendly. Often wore that really really long kilt! lol
She was alright. Agree's though, she definately has her favorite students, and makes them known, ignorantly, and obnauxiously. Will complain about uniforms before helping students.
I had her as a principal in both elemantary school and higschool. He is very helpful and respectful but it needs to be earned. She was hardly around in highschool, never in sight or in her office.
Dr. Dalia would give her life for us.. she cares so much about all of us because we are the future.. she comes to sporting events, music concerts, musicals and shows her support all the time
Hires friends over more qualified teachers. Look at the # of Italian teachers at SJC these days, its no coincidence. Her sis is the head of the school board, they're putting friends over my education.
Mrs. Dalia is so kind hearted and sweet, she has a little "pet name" for every time you say hi to her. She cares so much about everyone she meets. i love her :)
For all those who dont see her or don't like her- have you ever talked to her or know her? Or did you talk to her when you were in trouble? She's really nice and a great principal
Mrs. Dalia, or should I say Dr. Dalia... is the best principal ever! She is such an amazing role model and the nicest person! She is a great person and very well respected!
I was in Grade 9 the year before Dalia took over. It was great. Tonnes of extra-curriculars, lots of support for teams. The following years were beige in comparison.
I left SJC but Mrs. Dalia and Mrs. Cochrane were my favourite people in the school. They both are great people!
An amazing human being! Very caring about her students. Her doors is awlays open. A person I strive to be like!
How could you ask for more in a principal? Maybe not perfect, no one is, she is great!!
Not a constant presence in the school, but nice nonetheless
Not someone I would like to deal with when I'm done.