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Administrators switching jobs at SD43

Administrators switching jobs at School District 43. - file
Administrators switching jobs at School District 43.
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Several administrators are changing jobs because of mid-year retirements, promotions and transfers.

Here is a list of School District 43 district administrative appointments for January and February.

ELEMENTARY

Andrea Rowland, principal of Queeneesh elementary in School District 71 in Comox Valley, became principal of Anmore elementary on Jan. 4. She replaces Debbie Chenier who went on a leave of absence on Jan. 7.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Kathryn Jung, teacher at Gleneagle secondary, will become vice-principal at Minnekhada middle on Feb. 1.

Craig Reitchel, a retired principal, will be acting vice-principal at Banting middle school until June 30.

SECONDARY

Anthony Ciolfitto, vice-principal at Port Moody secondary, became principal at Riverside secondary on Jan. 4 and Gerald Shong, vice-principal at Port Moody secondary, will become principal at Gleneagle secondary effective Feb. 1. He replaces Dave Matheson, who was principal at Gleneagle for nine years, who is retiring.

Lisa Rinke, vice-principal of Banting middle school will become vice-principal at Port Moody secondary effective Feb. 1. Jesse Bradbury, vice-principal at Maillard middle, became vice-principal at Port Moody secondary on Jan. 4.

Meanwhile, Scott Robinson, principal at Riverside secondary school has left the district. He was appointed to the position of assistant superintendent with School District 38 on Dec. 31, 2010.

dstrandberg@tricitynews.com

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