SD 27 secretary treasurer resigns

School District 27 secretary treasurer Bonnie Roller is resigning effective June 30 to take the secretary treasurer position for School District 67 in Penticton.

The School District 27 board announced the decision Wednesday, after receiving to news at the closed meeting of the school board Tuesday.

The board accepted the resignation with regret.

Roller has been an employee of the School District 27 (Cariboo-Chilcotin) for 32 years, with the last six years in the role of secretary treasurer.

“I have accepted the secretary treasurer position in Sschool District    67 (Okanagan Skaha) in Penticton,” Roller said in the board press release.

“I have lived in the Cariboo-Chilcotin all my life and my whole working life has been with SD27,” Roller said.

“It is going to be very difficult to leave here.”

Chair Will VanOsch  said the district will miss Roller.

“Bonnie has been with this district for a long time and is integral in the workings at the board level,” Van Osch said.  “Her professional expertise and knowledge of the district will be sorely missed.”

The  board will begin its search for a secretary treasurer over the next few weeks.


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