School District 27 2012 principal shuffle update

School District 27 superintendent Diane Wright recently announced the appointment of new principals at Likely and Anahim Lake schools.

  • Jun. 22, 2012 7:00 a.m.

School District 27 superintendent Diane Wright recently announced the appointment of new principals at Likely and Anahim Lake schools.

Anne Kohut will become principal of Anahim Lake Elementary/Rural Secondary School, effective Aug. 1.  Kohut was employed as a principal with School District 27 from September 1988 to November 2000. This year she returned to the district as a teacher at Anahim Lake Elementary/Rural Secondary School.

Sari Small will become principal of Likely Elementary School, effective Aug. 1. Small has been with the district since 2010 and is a teacher at Likely Elementary School.

These appointments add to earlier announcements of previous appointments.

Craig Munroe, principal at 100 Mile House Junior Secondary School, will take over the role of principal at Marie Sharpe Elementary School, effective August 1.

Munroe has been with the school district since 1999.

Prior to his appointment as principal of 100 Mile House Junior Secondary School, he taught at Columneetza Secondary School and was principal of Tatla Lake Elementary/Rural Secondary School.

Calvin Dubray, currently principal at Alexis Creek Elementary/Rural Secondary School, will become principal of Horsefly Elementary/Rural School, effective Aug. 1.

Dubray has been with the school district since 2000 and previously taught at Likely Elementary/Rural Secondary and Williams Lake Secondary schools.

Kevin McLennan will become principal of Alexis Creek Elementary/Rural Secondary School, effective Aug. 1. McLennan has been with School District 27 since 2008. He previously taught at Naghtaneqed Elementary/Rural Secondary School and most recently was Principal at Anahim Lake Elementary/Rural Secondary School.

In March Robby-Lee Hoffman was appointed principal of Tatla Lake Elementary/Rural Secondary School for an indefinite period. Hoffman has been employed with the district since 2009. Prior to her appointment as principal of Tatla Lake Elementary/Rural Secondary School, Hoffman has been a teacher at Bridge Lake Elementary School and Alexis Creek Elementary/Rural Secondary School.

Other appointments have been made for the south end of the district.

Maria Gust, vice-principal of 100 Mile House Elementary School/École Elementaire de 100 Mile is appointed principal of Buffalo Creek Elementary School.

Yvonne Davis, vice-principal of 150 Mile House Elementary School is transferred to be the vice-principal of 100 Mile House Elementary School/École Elementaire de 100 Mile.

Shawn Nelson is appointed principal of Forest Grove Elementary School.

Donna Rodger is appointed principal of 100 Mile House Elementary School/École Elementaire de 100 Mile.

 

 

 

 

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