April 21, 2016 - 11:31 AM
PENTICTON - Retirements, upcoming school closures and reconfigurations have resulted in a number of administrative changes at the Okanagan Skaha School District.
The school board has announced several changes at the administration level as assistant superintendent Dave Burgoyne and Skaha Lake School principal Dave Brunelle retire.
Director of instruction Don MacIntyre resigned as he moves on to a position in Doha, Qatar.
Reassignments include Trout Creek principal Jeff Redden take on the same position at Giant’s Head Elementary effective August 1.
Giant’s Head Elementary principal Darcy Mullin will move to Summerland Middle School as principal effective August 1.
McNicoll Park Middle School principal Lloyd Lindsay moves to Columbia Elementary where he will become principal, effective August 1.
Columbia Elementary principal Jan Ramsay takes over the Naramata Elementary principal’s position, effective August 1.
Naramata Elementary School principal Todd Lindsay will become principal at Parkway Elementary School on August 1.
Appointed positions will see Todd Manuel, presently director of instruction, take on the student services to assistant superintendent of schools, effective August 1.
West Bench Elementary principal and principal of aboriginal education Allen Beckingham will become district principal of district programs and curriculum, effective August 1.
Kelly Jones, who is currently principal of Parkway Elementary School, has been appointed principal of Carmi Elementary School, effective August 1.
Terry Grady, principal at Princess Margaret Secondary, has been appointed principal of Skaha Lake Middle School, effective August 1.
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