Our Staff

John Treptow, teacher at Olivet School in Etobicoke

John Treptow


John has a passion for education and is grateful to have such an important and honourable role within Olivet School and the surrounding community. John’s love of children and patient demeanour encourage a nurturing and caring classroom environment that accommodates a variety of learning types.

After completing an Honours Degree at York University, John then studied abroad to further quench his thirst for knowledge and later returned home where he was then accredited and recognized by the Ontario College of Teachers.

Outside of school, John continues to practice in his faith, lives a physically active and healthy lifestyle, and combines his family and friends with his love for travel.

Jon Lee


For the past 23 years, Jon Lee has served several congregations in the US, Canada, and South Korea and has enjoyed the opportunity to meet many individuals and experience diverse cultures. Besides an M. Div. degree from Bryn Athyn College of the New Church, he holds a Doctorate in Philosophy. He is interested in Kant’s moral theory, Confucianism, and Daoism.

In his personal life, Jon is the proud father of four.


Vivian Renda

Executive Assistant

Vivian joined Olivet in January 2017 as our Office Assistant and has been thriving at Olivet ever since.  With established relationships with Olivet staff, students and their families, Vivian has a warm, and bright personality and acts as a resource to help us all find what we need, when we need it. She’s the friendly face our students see every morning, and her BA in Psychology, and additional courses in Human Resources makes her the ideal person at the helm of Olivet School and Church. Her excellent editorial, written, and verbal communication skills coupled with her superior organization skills has allowed her to manage multiple ongoing projects and priorities.  When not at work, Vivian enjoys spending time with her family.



Kimberly Parker


Kimberly Parker is excited teaching Kindergarten. Kimberly graduated from the Early Childhood Education Program at Humber College and holds her RECE designation. She also obtained a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Sociology, at York University and completed the Developmental Services Worker Diploma Program at Humber College. She firmly believes in an eclectic approach to child-directed early childhood education, meshing many models and strategies, while adapting to meet the needs and interests of all children to insure full inclusion and participation. She brings caring, kindness and a sense of humour to the classroom.

Britteny Wilson, teacher at Olivet School in Etobicoke

Britteny Wilson

Teacher, Grade 1

Britteny Wilson knew she wanted to be a teacher from the age of 8. She spent four years at Queen’s University, and completed her teaching degree at the University of Toronto before living out her dreams at Olivet School! She firmly believes in child-led learning, balancing traditional strategies with new models, and the power of positive encouragement.

Outside of school, she enjoys reading, playing tennis, and cuddling with her cat, Kitt.

Kamila Zuk-Borawski


Kamila Zuk-Borawski is very excited to be teaching Grades 2 and 3 at Olivet School. She graduated from York University and completed her Early Childhood Education Program at Centennial College.

She believes that the best learning happens when children are interested, engaged, challenged, and supported. Kamila is energetic, fun, loving, and dedicated to your children’s self-discovery. She strives to create inclusive classrooms, where diverse learning styles are supported and celebrated.

In her spare time, Kamila loves to spend time with her family. She enjoys being outside in nature, swimming, and eating ice cream.

Jennifer Cole-Quinn, teacher at Olivet School in Etobicoke

Jennifer Cole-Quinn


Jennifer Cole-Quinn joins us with over twenty-five years of teaching experience in the York Catholic District School Board. She looks forward to meeting her students each year and loves watching them fulfil their potential.

Elaine Lee

Teacher, French

Elaine has been teaching in North America for nearly two decades. She began teaching French and working as a translator for New Church books at Bryn Athyn College in Pennsylvania, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Religious Studies. After completing a certified teacher program with French literature as her major, she returned to Toronto to be closer to her family. Elaine loves the teaching approaches at Olivet School that are centred on the learners, giving them the opportunity for in-depth investigation, hands-on activities, and collaboration.

In the summer, Elaine enjoys being outdoors with her family. She’s looking forward to continuing her education in Special Education and child psychology. She’s proud to call Toronto her home, and believes its openness and diversity contributes to its strength and beauty.

Sharon Burlacoff, teacher at Olivet School in Etobicoke

Sharon Burlacoff

Music Teacher

Sharon is happy to be joining Olivet School’s staff as a Music Teacher. She has been running a thriving music school for over two decades, and felt a true calling to find new opportunities to expand her work through her passion of teaching young children. Sharon believes that teaching music and instilling an appreciation for the arts within a Christian environment allows her to combine her extensive training, teaching experience and Christian faith by doing what she loves most – nurturing the inner musician in every child. She has many years of experience as an Artistic Director, designing early childhood music programs with certification in Orff, Kodaly, and Dalcroze Eurythmics programs. Sharon is also an active piano teacher and accompanist with students of all ages. 

Outside of her busy work life, she and her husband are very physically active, participating in triathlons and marathons.

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