School District 27 announces three administrative changes for 2022/23 school year – Williams Lake Tribune


Three key administrative changes were announced by School District 27 this week, taking effect August 1.

Kristina Beaulne has taken on the position of District Director, Student Support Services. Beaulne joined SD27 in 2006 and has taught at several schools in the district, including Cataline Elementary, Mountview Elementary, Glendale Elementary, and Lake City Secondary School.

More recently, Beaulne served as vice principal of the LCSS before becoming principal of Marie Sharpe Elementary School.

“During her time at Marie Sharpe, Ms. Beaulne demonstrated exceptional leadership in emphasizing nature education. She has also been innovative in providing collaborative opportunities for staff to work together while engaging in the District Learning Series. Ms. Beaulne has extensive experience in the field of special education and brings immense passion to this position,” the district noted in a press release.

Curt Levens has been given the position of Principal of Lake City High School, Williams Lake Campus.

Levens began teaching in SD27 at Alexis Creek Elementary-Jr. High school in September 2002. Held many administrative positions including Vice Principal at 150 Mile Elementary, Principal at Big Lake Elementary, Vice Principal of LCSS, and Principal of GROW/Skyline before returning to LCSS as deputy director in 2021.

“Mr. Levens has considerable experience at the LCSS site and his role with GROW/Skyline and rural schools also gives him a unique perspective on how to connect school and community.

Craig Munroe, who is currently the Director of LCSS, will continue as Director of LCSS, Columneetza Campus.

Caitlin Currie has been given the post of Principal – Peter Skene Ogden Secondary.

Currie was hired as a teacher at Alexis Creek on September 1, 2014, and became principal in August 2017.

“While at Alexis Creek, Ms. Currie demonstrated a unique ability to build a school culture around learning, relationships and a culture of care,” the district noted. “Ms. Currie has cultivated exceptional relationships with the school community and is committed to the opportunity to lead and enrich learning opportunities for her staff through the District Learning Series.

Currie also served as the Senior Rural Schools Administrator, coordinating opportunities and services within and between schools. More recently, Currie assumed the supervision and direction of the Rural Schools Program. This role provided coordination of rural schools to make the rural curriculum more responsive to the needs of rural schools and the needs of students, the district noted.

“Please join me in congratulating Kristina, Curt and Caitlin on their new roles,” said SD20 Superintendent Chris van der Mark.

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