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Ms. Sigora Wolff

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High School Humanities Teacher

Ms. Wolff (yes TWO f's) 

Hello there! My name is Ms. Wolff and I will be your teacher this semester. I am so excited that you are in my class, and I can't wait to get to know you a bit better. Let me quickly tell you about myself. 

First I love being a teacher, it makes my heart happy. 

I have 2 cats, their names are Leonard and Lucky. They are my babies. I love them so much. My favourite food is pizza. If I had things my way I would eat pizza everyday. Even though I love food I do have severe food allergies... but that doesn't stop me from eating all the food that I'm not allergic to. (P.S. That is why my classroom is a nut free room

I also love ice cream. I am that person who will eat ice cream any time of the day... or year. Yes I eat ice cream during the winter months. 

I attended the University of Calgary where I got my Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and A Bachelor of Education. Athletics are a huge part of my life; I love being active. Growing up I was constantly running between school and sports practices, and now I try to do as much as I can. 

 If I am not at school, you can find me either camping or hiking, or swimming. Although I love the outdoors, I am not opposed to staying in and reading a good book, or rewatching the Marvel movies. I enjoy traveling. My last international destination involved exploring the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Belgium. One of my travel goals is to explore Canada more. I would love to travel to the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. 


I strongly believe in inquiry based learning and teaching. It is important to ask (the right) questions about the world around us in order to grow and make positive change. Inquiry based learning allows for a complete immersion in a topic that engages students more in the learning process, and fosters their curiosity. What I truly love about inquiry based learning is that it involves everyone. Everyone brings their own knowledge, experiences, and opinions that fuel discussions and deeper learning. An inquiry based approach to education allows for students to develop critical skills beyond the classroom setting.  I believe that learning is a lifelong process. It may not always be in an academic setting, but nevertheless it is learning. For instance I am currently learning to play the drums (it is a very humbling learning experience).

Students can find up to date information about the course on this site: 


ELEMENTARY: 2839 49 St SW, T3E 3X9
SECONDARY: 5029 26 Ave SW T3E 0R5 , Calgary, Alberta

Phone: (403) 242-2896