Greg Kenyon has been named the new RSS principal. He'll start in January of 2013.

Revelstoke school district announces new RSS principal Greg Kenyon

New RSS principal Greg Kenyon will join school in January of 2013.

The Revelstoke School District has announced Greg Kenyon will be the new Revelstoke Secondary School principal starting Jan. 7, 2013.

“Please join us in making Greg feel most welcome,” said Superintendent of Schools Anne Cooper in a statement.

Kenyon is currently a principal at a K to 12 school with 225 students in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. Previously, he served as a principal at a middle school in Sweden which had 30 teachers and 500 students.

Kenyon was a classroom teacher in the Central Okanagan School district for eleven years and also coached volleyball.

Kenyon attended UBC Kelowna where he earned his Master of Education degree in educational leadership as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and a Bachelor of Education degree specializing in Social Studies.

Current RSS principal Mike Hooker has previously been announced as Superintendent Designate of the Revelstoke School District, a position that will transition him into Superintendent of Schools. Hooker will begin his work there January 1.

Current Superintendent of Schools Anne Cooper will remain on staff with the school district, working to support Mr. Hooker in the transition and also on special projects such as remaining work on the new schools projects, working on the surplus schools and other student services work.

 

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