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Livingstone teacher chosen as interim assistant principal

Livingstone teacher chosen as interim assistant principal
Ron Gillespie will be the acting assistant principal at Livingstone School until January 2024.
Ron Gillespie will be the acting assistant principal at Livingstone School until January 2024.
IMAGE: Livingstone Range School Division
IMAGE: Livingstone Range School Division

Livingstone teacher chosen as interim assistant principal

By Dave Lueneberg
By Dave Lueneberg
Local Journalism Initiative
Shootin’ the Breeze Local Journalism Initiative
September 24, 2023
September 24, 2023

A Lundbreck teacher started off the new school year with a new role.

Ron Gillespie will be the acting assistant principal at Livingstone School until January 2024.

“Ron has been a leader in our school since his arrival,” shares the school’s principal, Sarah Holmgren.

“His passion for connecting with staff and students has contributed to Livingstone’s positive school culture and is one of many reasons that I am confident he will do an excellent job.”

Ron arrived at the school in the fall of 2021.

“I am excited for the new challenge of administration. It will provide me with the opportunity to apply my skills and experience in the new role.”

Ron has been teaching for nearly two decades and holds degrees in both the arts and education fields, and is currently working toward a master’s in education.

 

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A Lundbreck teacher started off the new school year with a new role.

Ron Gillespie will be the acting assistant principal at Livingstone School until January 2024.

“Ron has been a leader in our school since his arrival,” shares the school’s principal, Sarah Holmgren.

“His passion for connecting with staff and students has contributed to Livingstone’s positive school culture and is one of many reasons that I am confident he will do an excellent job.”

Ron arrived at the school in the fall of 2021.

“I am excited for the new challenge of administration. It will provide me with the opportunity to apply my skills and experience in the new role.”

Ron has been teaching for nearly two decades and holds degrees in both the arts and education fields, and is currently working toward a master’s in education.

 

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Pig roast at wedding venue — the Cowley Lions Campground Stockade near Pincher Creek in southwestern Alberta.