New faces in Coquitlam district principals' offices

School District 43 announces new principal posts

New faces will be in principals' offices across School District 43 beginning July 1.

The following positions for the next school year were announced by SD43 this week:

ELEMENTARY

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• Colleen Castonguay moves from teacher, Maillard middle, to vice-principal at Walton elementary.

• Judith Payne moves from teacher in Vancouver School District to vice-principal at Glen.

• Tamara Banks moves from principal at Hampton Park to the same position at Nestor.

• Pamela Becker moves from vice-principal at Riverside secondary to principal at Blakeburn.

• Chris Hunter moves from v-p at Banting middle to principal at Parkland.

• Mike Parkins moves from v-p  Gleneagle secondary to principal at Hampton Park.

MIDDLE

• Morgan Breden moves from her job as teacher in Vancouver School District to vice-principal at Eagle Mountain middle.

• Michael Chan moves from Vancouver teacher to vice-principal Banting middle.

• Rick Dhaliwal moves from teacher at Summit middle to vice-principal Citadel.

• Kathryn Jung moves from v-p at Citadel to the same position at Moody.

SECONDARY

• Leann Buteau moves from v-p at Dr. Charles Best secondary to the same job at Riverside.

• Kim Cuellar moves from v-p at LINC to v-p at Gleneagle.

• David Mushens moves from v-p in Burnaby School District to v-p at LINC.

As well:

• Anita Young moves from her secondment as vice-principal Learning Services to vice-principal Dr. Charles Best secondary.

• Cari-Lee Denton returns to teaching from her post as vice-principal at Walton elementary,

• Ray Appel retires from his post as v-p at Glen elementary; Phillippe Brulot retires as district principal of Aboriginal education; and Darlene Proulx retires from her post as principal of Nestor elementary.

• Andrea McComb has been seconded to principal of learning services from her post as principal at Blakeburn elementary.

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