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Nanaimo Ladysmith Public School trustees receive school assignments

Each school in the district will have a go-to trustee for the 2018-19 school year

With the new Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ board of education getting acclimatized, trustees have been given their school assignments for the 2018-19 school year.

Elaine Wilkinson will be responsible for schools in the Ladysmith area – Ladysmith Secondary, Intermediate, Primary and École North Oyster Elementary schools.

Tania Brzovic’s school assignments include Cedar Secondary and Elementary and Cinnabar Valley Elementary schools as well as Island Connect Ed K-12 (distance education), Vocational Adult Secondary Training and the Career Technical Centre.

John Barsby Secondary, Bayview Elementary, Chase River Elementary, Georgia Avenue Community and Park Avenue Elementary schools will be overseen by Bill Robinson.

Jessica Stanley and Stephanie Higginson were both assigned to a zone consisting of Nanaimo District Secondary, Fairview Community and Brechin, Forest Park, Gabriola, Hammond Bay, Mountain View, École Pauline Haarer and École Quarterway elementary schools

Wellington Secondary, Cilaire, Coal Tyee, Rock City and Uplands Park elementary schools and Departure Bay Eco-School will be in Greg Keller’s purview.

Chantel O’Neill’s assignment will see schools in the north Nanaimo area, with Dover Bay Secondary, Frank J. Ney, McGirr, Pleasant Valley, Randerson Ridge and Seaview elementary schools, as well as the International Student Education program.

Charlene McKay and Lisa Marie Barron were not assigned schools as they are respective board chairwoman and vice-chairwoman and will have added responsibilities.



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