Clearview Public Schools Division has a new deputy superintendent, Brenda MacDonald, who will be filling a previous central office position in instructional leadership. MacDonald will be commencing her duties on Monday, August 17.
Previously having been the curriculum coordinator with the Red Deer Catholic School Division, MacDonald arrives in Clearview with more than a decade of central office experience between Chinook’s Edge and her previous engagement at Red Deer.
“I am excited to be hired by the Board of Trustees and superintendent Peter Barron because of Clearview’s three-year education plan and its alignment with my own background and skill sets,” said MacDonald in an interview. “I am committed to students and their success and am passionate about promoting highly effective teacher practice.”
With 17 years of teaching experience in rural Alberta, MacDonald holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Lethbridge and a Master’s degree from San Diego State University.
In 2009, MacDonald received the Alberta mathematics educator award.
“I think she will be a tremendous addition to our team and will be able to make a positive impact right away,” stated Superintendent Peter Barron. “Her training and expertise in curriculum leadership and technology will be an immediate benefit towards meeting the opportunities outlined in the Board’s strategic plan.”