Prince Rupert school district announces administration changes for the coming year

The Prince Rupert School District has released changes for the 2012/2013 school year, including moving to a single principal at CHSS.

The Prince Rupert School District has released a list of changes for the 2012/2013 school year, including moving to a single principal at Charles Hays Secondary.

For the past year former CHSS principal Sandy Jones has been the principal of Charles Hays and part-time Director of Instruction for the district while Sheila Wells, the former principal of Prince Rupert Secondary School, has been the associate principal. Effective August 1, Jones has been hired as the acting assistant superintendent for the Prince Rupert School District, which means Wells will be taking on the role of Charles Hays principal.

As well, Kerri Levelton will be moving from a vice-principal role split between Conrad Elementary and Port Edward to a position as vice-principal at Ecole Roosevelt Community School where she will replace Barry Eso, who is the new principal at Lax Kxeen.

Finally, Margo Cullen will become the acting vice-principal at Conrad Elementary after years spent teaching at schools across the district.

“We wish Sandra, Sheila, Kerri and Margo all the best in their new positions and look forward to their contributions towards improved outcomes for our students,” said board chair Tina Last.

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