Updated: Principals, v-ps on the move in School District 43

13 schools in Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam to get new administrators

Several school administrators will be switching desks and offices as School District 43 announced new appointments effective July 1.

ELEMENTARY

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• Dawn Holden will return from leave to become principal of Bramblewood.

• Lisa Salloum will move from Bramblewood to principal at Mary Hill elementary.

• Michelle Reid will move from Mary Hill to principal at Blakeburn elementary.

• Theresa Roberts will move from acting principal to principal at R.C. MacDonald.

• Anita Young, vice-principal of Dr. Charles Best will be principal at Riverview park.

• And Laurie Sviatko, vice-principal at Maillard middle, will become acting principal at Roy Stibbs elementary.

MIDDLE

• Pamela Becker moves from principal at Blakeburn elementary to principal at Minnekhada middle.

• Cheryl Lloyd will move from v-p at Kwayhquitlum middle to v-p at Maillard middle.

• And Tanya MacDonald will move from teacher co-ordinator with learning services to vice-principal at Kwayhquitlum middle.

SECONDARY

• Chris Martin will move from teacher at Heritage Woods to vice-principal at Pinetree.

• Christine Potter-Smith has resigned her post as vice-principal of Gleneagle secondary.

• Dave Phelan moves from vice-principal Pinetree to v-p at Terry Fox.

• Kelly Zimmer moves from v-p at Centennial to the same position at Gleneagle.

• And Bryan Jackson moves from teacher at Moody middle to vice-principal at Centennial.

In other appointments, Susa Ross moves from principal at Minnekhada middle to district principal, school services and special projects (alternate education) while Todd Smith moves from vice-principal, Terry Fox secondary to v-p of human resources (a secondment).

The district is also saying good bye to Bill McGovern, principal of Roy Stibbs elementary, who is retiring.

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