Robyn Gray, current Nanaimo school district assistant superintendent, will take on the superintendent and CEO position of the Cowichan Valley school district effective April 1. (Submitted photo)

Nanaimo assistant superintendent to become superintendent in Cowichan Valley

Robyn Gray begins new position effective April 1

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools has announced its assistant superintendent will accept a position as the superintendent and CEO of the Cowichan Valley School District.

Robyn Gray will begin her new position effective April 1, according to a press release.

During her time with Nanaimo school district, she served as director of instruction, principals of John Barsby and Dover Bay secondary schools, vice-principal of Ladysmith Secondary and the district principal of aboriginal education.

“While I am saddened of Ms. Gray’s departure, I am extremely pleased that a member of our senior team will be assuming a very important role during a time of change in B.C. education,” Scott Saywell, Nanaimo district superintendent, said in the release. “Ms. Gray is a valued and highly respected member of the senior administration team and has been instrumental in rolling out the implementation of the new reporting and curriculum practices at the secondary level. I wish her continued success as the new superintendent for Cowichan Valley.”


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