Quesnel’s SD28 appoints new international student principal

Janette Mussellman is the new international student principal

Janette Musselman has been appointed to the position of District Principal-International Student Program.

This is in addition to her current assignment as Principal at Parkland Elementary School.

Musselman has been teaching in the district since 1995. She has taught in a number of schools in the Quesnel School District at both the elementary and secondary levels, including Quesnel Secondary School, Voyageur and Lakeview Elementary Schools.

Musselman has experience with the International Program as a classroom teacher of international students.

She has also been an international homestay parent.

Musselman holds a Master of Administration and Leadership Degree.

The International Student Program vacancy occurred with the retirement announcement of Robin Hay. Mr. Hay will continue with the District in the capacity of Advisor in support of the International Program.

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