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Reply janice
8:33 PM on October 22, 2010 

Good Luck Mark - the people of Ward 1 and 2 would be fortunate to have you as their Trustee. Your dedication to young people and to catholic education is highly regarded by all who know you. You have my vote!

Reply Luc DiDiomede
7:22 PM on October 17, 2010 

Anybody that knows Mark Valvasori witnesses his dedication and loyalty to friends, family and community. I am lucky to be one of those people and have seen, firsthand, who Mark Valvasori is as a person, coach, husband and father. He is committed to be the best person he can be and it's because of this attitude and work ethic that it can't help but be contageous to anyone in which he comes into contact with. These character traits are endemic to the type of person that you want representing you. Now that he's decided to run for Wards 1 and 2 Catholic School Board Trustee, you can see for yourselves what people like me, know Mark Valvasori to be.


Good Luck and Vote for Mark Valvasori!!! 

Reply Melissa Paulino
10:09 AM on October 4, 2010 

Hello all,


Mark was my Marketing teacher for two of my three years at Mohawk College, and he is one of those mentors and people you meet and remember for the rest of your life! He is a great teacher, a great leader, and has a lot to offer the Hamilton Community! He's an involved individual and a tremendous motivator. I have lived in Hamilton my entire life attended St. Lawrence Elementary School where I was a member of the Central City Children’s Choir for 4 years, Cathedral High School and Mohawk College student. The Catholic School Board was a huge part of my life growing up and I know Mark will help make it a memorable part of many catholic students’ lives.



I can defiantly say through experience of being one of his students, Mark Valvasori cares. He speaks to students in a real way, he knows what it takes to be a leader and a mentor, and he does it in the best way!



I'll be voting for Mark Valvasori, and will be encouraging a lot of my peers to do the same! The Catholic School Board needs Mark. Not someone like Mark, it needs Mark Valvasori




Melissa Paulino

Reply Michael Giftopoulos
10:29 PM on October 3, 2010 

Hey Voters,


Just want to say a few things about Mark.  I have known Mark since our Highschool days when he was at St. Mary's and I was at Cathedral.  We competed against each other both in Football, and Basketball. Class Athlete and fierce competitor.  I coached against Mark when I was teaching and coaching football at Bishop Ryan and he was coaching at St. Mary's. Great Coach and really cared about his athletes.  I later was moved to St.Mary's where I coached with Mark and we had a great time and I got to know Mark the Parent as his kids were at the school.  Just an all around great individual who you would want to represnt your interests in Education.  His teaching years at Mohawk do not hurt either.  His resume oozes with WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TODAY!!


I cannot say enough about the fierce tenacity that Mark would bring to ensuring that the Catholic School Board stay strong in providing quality education and activities for future generations to come.


Good Luck Mark  Vote Mark Valvasori

Reply Lisa Valvasori
9:11 AM on September 30, 2010 

Mark Valvasori is your best choice for Catholic District School Board Trustee for wards 1 and 2.  He will strive to offer children and youth from all economic, cultural and social backgrounds access to the resources, supports and opportunities that will enable them to overcome barriers and achieve their positive potential in life.  He will speak out on behalf of children, youth and their families to reduce disadvantage, enhance their lives and enable their voices and ideas to be heard.  He is committed to improving the lives of children, youth and their families through Catholic education.  Vote for Mark Valvasori!!!

Reply Michael Valvasori
10:32 PM on September 26, 2010 

I've known Mark Valvasori all of my life. He is an inspiring figure to many and will continue to inspire, defend and support youth for years to come.


Best of luck!!!

Reply Matt_Spencer
1:11 PM on September 20, 2010 

I’ve known Mark and his family for over 30 years, and during this time he has been a role model, a friend and a mentor. Mark’s genuine sense of fairness and integrity, along with his reasoned approach to problem solving and years of experience in education, business and community volunteerism make him an exemplary candidate for Trustee.


Mark is a committed educator, a dedicated family man, and an active volunteer within the community. He has served Hamilton’s youth as a coach and administrator for most of the past 3 decades. I can say without hesitation that I support his candidacy for Trustee within the Hamilton Catholic School Board. Mark richly deserves such support.


Good luck Mark!

Reply Trish
11:30 AM on September 20, 2010 

I have been privileged to know Mark Valvasori for over 30 years.


Throughout that time, Mark has been an impressive and motivating factor in my life – and in the lives of others. He possesses an unparalleled commitment to his family, his friends, and his community. He is a selfless individual who works tirelessly for the benefit of others.


A career educator, his teaching is not limited to the classroom, rather the manner in which he conducts himself/lives his life holds more positive lessons than any text book could.


He inspires those who are fortunate enough to know him. I would strongly and confidently endorse his candidacy as Trustee such that the students and the greater community will experience the benefit of that same inspiration; and ultimately the same sense of privilege in knowing him.

Reply janice
9:53 PM on September 18, 2010 

I am confident Mark will be a committed and hard working trustee. I have worked with Mark for over 20 years in education and I have always found him to be a dedicated teacher, a creative thinker and committed to his students above all else. Good luck Mark

Reply joe
3:53 PM on September 18, 2010 

I have had the pleasure of playing sports and being  involved in business ventures with Mark  throughout the years. Mark  has consistently shown many core qualities,including passion, integrity, hard work , patience and a remarkable sense of creativity.If there is a problem,Mark generally has an answer, and a good one.He does all this and more with compassion and grace. Good Luck Mark!