New hand on the tiller

Correlieu senior secondary school will see Dennis Hawkins-Bogle as principal

  • Feb. 5, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Dennis Hawkins-Bogle appointed new principal for Correlieu senior secondary school.

The Quesnel School District is pleased to announce that Dennis Hawkins-Bogle has been appointed to the position of principal of Correlieu Secondary School effective August 1. Hawkins-Bogle has worked for the Quesnel School District since 2004. He has served as a principal at two Quesnel district elementary schools. He is currently the principal of McNaughton Centre, where he works with the school staff to provide exceptional support for vulnerable students. He has also been a principal in the Gold Trail School District, Stikine School District and in Nunavut.

Hawkins-Bogle has extensive experience working with aboriginal communities. He is a professional development leader in the Quesnel School District working with both teachers and principals. Hawkins-Bogle holds a Master’s of Education from the University of Victoria.

Dennis Hawins-Bogle will be replacing Mike Adams who is retiring from the district on July 31 after 35 years of service with the Quesnel School District.

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