Administrative Changes for 2018-2019 School Year

July 5, 2018

Congratulations to Curtis Lansing, Tracy Trieber, Cynthia Campbell and Josh Keith on their administrative appointments for the 2018-2019 school year.

Curtis Lansing, Vice-Principal at École Secondaire Notre Dame High School

Curtis Lansing graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Education degree and then he obtained his Masters in Educational Leadership from Concordia University. Since 2005, Curtis has been a middle school teacher with a specialty in science, math and physical education in our division. He began his administrative career as Assistant Principal at Maryview School and this past year as Vice-Principal at St. Elizabeth Seton School. Curtis has led for the new elementary reporting program, Division Calendar Development Committee and is the division's Middle School Athletics President. Curtis and his family belong to the St. Mary’s Parish community where they are hospitality ministers. Curtis has also been a Baptismal Retreat Leader and Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion.

Tracy Trieber, Vice-Principal at St. Elizabeth Seton School

Tracy Trieber graduated with a Bachelor of Education, majoring in physical education from the University of Lethbridge. She received her Masters of Educational Leadership from the University of Calgary. Tracy has been with the division since 1999, as a teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas Middle School, St. Francis of Assisi Middle School, École Mother Teresa School and St. Teresa of Avila School. She became assistant principal at École Our Lady of the Rosary School in 2014 and then Vice-Principal due to increasing enrolment. Trac's focus is in the areas of numeracy, literacy and project-based learning, as well as leading the New Teacher Mentorship Program. In a team, she has implemented a very successful positive mental health initiative at École Our Lady of the Rosary School called Bethany Buddies. Tracy and her family are members of Our Lady of the Assumption Church and is involved as a proclaimer and greeter, as well as children's liturgy.

Cynthia Campbell, Vice-Principal at École Our Lady of the Rosary School

Cynthia Campbell graduated with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Ottawa and then obtained her Masters of Educational Leadership from the University of Alberta. She has been teaching in the division since 2012, as a French Immersion elementary teacher, as well as relief principal at École Mother Teresa School and École Our Lady of the Rosary School. Most recently Cynthia has filled the role of acting Vice-Principal at École Our Lady of the Rosary School. Cynthia has supported French Immersion teachers as the Division trainer of the Accelerative Integrated Model (AIM) and as a mentor to beginning teachers. Cynthia belongs to St. Mary’s Parish as a leader in children's’ liturgy. She is currently enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Catholic School Administration at Newman College.

Josh Keith, Assistant Principal at St. Gregory the Great Catholic School

Josh Keith graduated with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta. He then received a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. Josh has been with the division for six years, as a teacher in the Math/Science teacher, as well as a school counsellor. Josh has been focusing on the project-based learning at St. Thomas Aquinas Middle School, as the Authentic Learning Coach. Josh belongs to St. Mary’s Parish, where he is involved with Eucharistic ministry and is an RCIA sponsor.

May God continue to bless the work of these individuals in their new roles.

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