Myranda Shepherd named as the new principal of William E. Hay Secondary School

Shepherd is currently the principal of Bashaw School

Myranda Shepherd

Clearview Public Schools is very pleased to announce the appointment of Myranda Shepherd as the new principal of William E Hay Secondary School Campus beginning in 2020-21.

Shepherd is currently the principal of Bashaw School.

She returns to Clearview after a seven-year absence during which she served as a provincial consultant with Alberta Education for the implementation of high school redesign and as principal of Bashaw School. She was previously a teacher at William E. Hay as well as vice principal.

Peter Barron, superintendent, shared, “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Myranda back to Clearview. Her experiences and talents have well prepared her for this role. I am very confident that she will be very successful.”

Professionally, Shepherd is a strong advocate for and supporter of rural education. She believes that at the very core of empowered learning communities are relationships built on a solid foundation of trust. These relationships occur at all levels of an educational system – between jurisdictions and administrators, administrators and teachers, teachers and students and the school community with the parent community.

“I am honoured to have the opportunity to serve Clearview Public Schools as the Principal of Wm. E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus. Throughout my journey, Clearview has always been the place where I belong; Clearview fostered my foundations and allowed me to spread my wings,” she said. “I look forward to re-connecting with colleagues, families and students and ensuring that everyone is supported as we open the doors to learning in the fall, because in Clearview, ‘We All Belong, We all Succeed’,” said Shepherd.

-Submitted

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