Gloria Jackson holds school board reins

Tony Goulet thanked for five years service on School District #28 board

Gloria Jackson has been named as chairperson of the school board of School District #28 (Quesnel) for a second one-year term.

She was first elected to the board in 2005 and previously served as the board’s vice-chair.

Jackson currently serves as a British Columbia School Trustees Association board director, and has chaired several SD #28 board committees.

Meanwhile, David Chapman has been elected as vice-chair.

He was re-elected to the school board in 2014 after taking a term off.

He served as a trustee from 2002 to 2011.

The board extended its appreciation to Tony Goulet for serving as vice-chair for the past year and as chair for the four previous years.

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