Checkel re-elected chair of Clearview school board

Ken Checkel was re-elected chair of the board of Clearview School Division during the board’s annual organizational meeting Oct. 15.

Ken Checkel was re-elected chair of the board of Clearview School Division during the board’s annual organizational meeting Oct. 15.

Vice-chair John Schofer was re-elected by the board for another one-year term.

Trustee liaisons for schools were also appointed:

Big Valley – Yvette Cassidy (alternate – John Schofer).

Botha – John Schofer (Cheri Neitz).

Brownfield – Ken Checkel (Karen Holloway).

Byemoor – John Schofer (Yvette Cassidy).

Coronation – Ken Checkel (Karen Holloway).

Donalda – Cheri Neitz (Patty Dittrick).

Erskine – Cheri Neitz (Yvette Cassidy).

Gus Wetter (Castor) – Karen Holloway (Ken Checkel).

Stettler Elementary – Patty Dittrick and Peter Simons.

Stettler Middle –Patty Dittrick and Peter Simons (John Schofer).

Wm. E. Hay (Stettler) – Patty Dittrick and Peter Simons (Cheri Neitz).

Stettler Outreach – Patty Dittrick and Peter Simons (Yvette Cassidy)

Committee appointments

Zone 4 Alberta School Boards Association director – Cheri Neitz (designate)

Patty Dittrick (alternate)

Public School Boards Association – Karen Holloway (designate) Ken Checkel (alternate)

Negotiations committee – Ken Checkel (chair), John Schofer, Yvette Cassidy

Grievance committee – Yvette Cassidy (chair) Peter Simons.

Performing Arts Centre – Peter Simons.

Funding review committee – All trustees.

Community advisory committee – Cheri Neitz).

William E. Hay modernization committee – Patty Dittrick, Peter Simons, John Schofer

Professional development committee – Patty Dittrick

Policy committee – Yvette Cassidy, Peter Simons, Karen Holloway

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