Lyndsay Fleming Appointed as Vice Principal of E.W. Pratt

Lyndsay Fleming Appointed as Vice Principal of E.W. Pratt
Posted on 06/27/2018
Lyndsay Fleming Appointed as Vice Principal of E.W. PrattFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

High Prairie, Alberta – High Prairie School Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Lyndsay Fleming as Vice Principal of E.W. Pratt High School.

Ms. Fleming has 6 years of teaching experience in the classroom. She also has 5 years of experience in leadership positions as a Student Support Services Coordinator and Inclusive Education Instructor and Instruction Coordinator, both for the Little Red River Board of Education. During her time in education, Lyndsay has been an acting administrator for a number of years.

Ms. Fleming has a Masters of Advanced Special Education from Concordia University, a Bachelor of Education from York University, and a Bachelor of Arts with honours also from York University.

Lyndsay will be assuming the role from current Vice Principal Brad Corless. Mr. Corless is returning to the classroom at E.W. Pratt. Brad has been with High Prairie School Division for ten years, the last three years serving as the E.W. Pratt’s Vice Principal. He has his Masters of Education from Simon Fraser University, a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia, and a Business Administration Certificate from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Prior to his time in administration, Brad was also a Technology Coach and a Teacher at Georges P. Vanier School in Donnelly. Brad is also in the final stages of completing a locally developed course on mythology. This will be the first time a teacher for High Prairie School Division has created a locally developed course in our division.

HPSD would like to welcome Lyndsay to her position with High Prairie School Division. We would like to wish Brad all the best in his new role. Thank you for your commitment to our students!


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