School District 27 announced an administrative change for Nesika Elementary School Friday. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

Nesika elementary vice-principal change announced

Vice-principal moving away from Williams Lake, Mile 108 principal taking his position

Two administrative changes were announced for School District 27 Friday, June 29.

Steve Carpenter, vice-principal of Nesika Elementary School will be moving to Vancouver Island, Superintendent Mark Wintjes noted in a media release.

“Steve has worked for SD 27 for over 12 years, as an administrator and teacher,” Wintjes stated. “We will miss having Steve in our district.”

As a result of Carpenter’s departure, Kevin McLennan has been transferred to the vice-principal position at Nesika from Mile 108 Elementary where he has been the principal the last four years.

“Kevin is looking forward to re-engaging with the community that he lives within,” Wintjes noted.

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