Principals appointed

School District No. 27 announced three school principal appointments last week.

  • May. 24, 2011 6:00 a.m.

School District No. 27 announced three school principal appointments last week. The appointments are effective Aug. 1.

Kelly Glen was appointed as principal of Tatla Lake Elementary/Junior Secondary School. Glen has been employed with the school district since 2007. She has worked as a teacher at 100 Mile House, Buffalo Creek, Mile 108, and Lac La Hache elementary schools, as well as in Distance Learning.

Judy Vanderzwan has been appointed as principal of Big Lake Elementary school. Vanderzwan has been employed with the district since 2007. Prior to her temporary appointment last year as principal of Big Lake elementary, she was a teacher at Big Lake and 150 Mile elementary schools.

Stephen Carpenter has been appointed as principal of Lac La Hache elementary. Carpenter has been employed with the district since 2006. Prior to his temporary appointment last year as principal of Lac La Hache elementary he was a teacher at Tatla Lake elementary-junior secondary, Mountview elementary and Columneetza secondary schools.

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