Retired teacher, Vice-Principal and Education Consultant Mary-Sue Muldoon has provided curriculum support in Regina and Saskatoon schools from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Mary-Sue has a B.A. in Political Science from McMaster University and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. She is the Saskatchewan author on Scholastic Canada’s current literacy resource “Literacy Place for the Early Years K-3” and has a broad knowledge of the newest Saskatchewan Curricula K-12 (English Lan).
With four grown, successful, children, five grandchildren and thirty-four years of teaching and learning experience, Mary-Sue understands that education is much bigger than four walls, and that schooling combined with the pursuit of excellence in extracurricular activity, adds up to a well-rounded, confident individual.
Her experience as a teacher of, and parent of children and students with high performance, extracurricular pursuits has given her a keen insight into the combined effects of having to perform in both, and has driven her passion to support students in achieving their Saskatchewan curricular outcomes so they may acquire expertise in their chosen sport or cultural activities. A clear understanding of grade level outcomes and indicators combined with solid academic support helps students with both time management and acquisition of their grade level academic outcomes. Channel Performance is here to provide individuals with the tools they need to complete their education outcomes thereby giving them the freedom to pursue their extra curricula goals to their highest potential.