Central Okanagan Board of Education chairperson Moyra Baxter with school district superintendent/CEO Kevin Kaardal. Photo: Capital News files

Central Okanagan trustees given their marching orders

Committee appointments for board of education trustees adopted

The Central Okanagan Board of Education trustees have been given their committee assignments for the next year.

Moyra Baxter has already been re-elected by the trustees as board chair, with Julia Fraser serving as vice-chair from November 2018 to April 2019 and Rolli Cacchioni acting as vice-chair from May to mid-November 2019.

The committee roles for the trustees adopted at Wednesday’s school board meeting include:

Education and services committee—chairperson Norah Bowman; trustee committee members Chantelle Desrosiers and Amy Geistlinger

Finance and audit committee—chairperson Rolli Cacchioni; trustee committee members Julia Fraser and Lee-Ann Tiede

Planning and facilities committee—chairperson Julia Fraser; trustee committee members Rolli Cacchioni and Chantelle Desrosiers

Policy committee—chairperson Lee-Ann Tiede; trustee committee members Norah Bowman and Amy Geistlinger

Executive staff management committee—chairperson Chantelle Desosiers; trustee committee members Moyra Baxter and Rolli Cacchioni

The board of education is also represented on several provincial school trustee and outside organization committees.

Those appointments include:

B.C. School Trustees Association—representative Julia Fraser; alternate Leee-Ann Tiede

B.C. School Employers Association—representative Chantelle Desrosiers; alternate Norah Bowman

Central Okanagan Early Years Partnership—representative Rolli Cacchioni; alternate Norah Bowman

West Kelowna traffic safety committee—representatives Chantelle Desrosiers and Moyra Baxter



barry.gerding@blackpress.ca

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