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SD23 exec promoted

Lisa McCullough, the director of instruction for K-12 with supervisory responsibilities for Westside schools, has been appointed as the new superintendent for the Sea to Sky School District.

McCullough is expected to begin her new job by mid-November.

McCullough’s contributions to the Central Okanagan School District have had a far reaching impact on the education of students and on the professional growth of educators, stated the school district office in a press release.

Prior to her appointment as a director, McCullough was principal of Mount Boucherie Secondary School in West Kelowna, where she was recognized as being one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals.

She has also been a principal in a middle school and a French Immersion dual track elementary school.

McCullough has served on numerous committees and has always championed the rights of individuals through her work with the human rights committee.

In particular, she has inspired thousands of youth through her leadership in social justice and global citizenship.

Her portfolio in the Central Okanagan has also included all areas of curriculum, assessment and staff development.

 

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