École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary School French Immersion teacher Dean Morrow, seen here helping student Hayden Hyshka with a project, has been appointed vice-principal of the school, effective Aug. 1. Lindsay Chung photo

One new principal, three new vice-principals announced for Quesnel schools

Corry Climenhage has been appointed principal of Parkland Elementary School, effective Aug. 1

The Quesnel School District has announced another round of principal and vice-principal appointments for the 2019-20 school year.

One new principal and three new vice-principals will start their new jobs Aug. 1.

Corry Climenhage has been appointed the new principal of Parkland Elementary School.

According to a press release from the school district, Climenhage he has been teaching in the district since 2017 as a kindergarten and a music teacher.

Previously, she was a principal in Regina, Sask., for three years and also taught internationally for a number of years.

Climenhage holds a Bachelor of Education degree and a Masters of Curriculum and Pedagogy in Music Education degree.

As of Aug. 1, Dean Morrow will be the new vice-principal of École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary School. Morrow has been teaching in the district since 2013 and has taught at École Red Bluff Lhtako since 2017 as an intermediate French immersion teacher. He previously worked as a vice‐principal and teacher in Igloolik, Nunavut, for five years.

Morrow holds a Bachelor of Education degree and will enroll in a Masters of Education program during the 2019‐2020 school year.

Voyageur Elementary School’s new vice-principal will be Jolene King. King has been teaching in the district since 2008 and has taught at Voyageur Elementary as a primary teacher since 2014. King holds a Bachelor of Education degree and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Education in Education Leadership.

Nancy Danuser will become the new vice-principal of Lakeview Elementary School.

Danuser is currently working as a principal in School District No. 87 (Stikene) and was previously a vice‐principal and a teacher in that district. She has also worked as a teacher in School District No. 82 (Coast Mountains) and overseas in Japan.

Danuser holds a Bachelor of Education degree and a Masters of Special Education degree.

These announcements come one week after the Quesnel School District announced that Marissa Knauf will be the new vice-principal for Correlieu Secondary School, while Beth Collingwood will be the new principal for Bouchie Lake Elementary School and Mike Tate will take over as principal for Lakeview Elementary School.

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