Superintendent Roger Clarke and Bow Island schools principal Scott Angle would like to congratulate Paul Brocklesby who has accepted the position of Vice Principal at Bow Island Elementary and Senator Gershaw schools.
Paul has spent his entire 16-year teaching career working at Northern Lights School Division in northern Alberta in the communities of Bonnyville and Lac La Biche. During this time, he has taught students across grades K-6 focusing on early literacy, language arts, music and learning about indigenous culture. In addition to a Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary, Paul also holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Lethbridge.
“I am really excited about this opportunity,” says Brocklesby. “I am originally from the Bow Island area and as a student I attended both Bow Island Elementary and Senator Gershaw schools. Becoming part of the school leadership team is a logical next step in my career as it allows me to move back to my hometown and reconnect with the community, my family and friends. There are many great learning opportunities happening in Bow Island schools and I look forward to exploring and building on these options with my colleagues and students.”
Paul Brocklesby will officially assume the role of vice principal at the start of the 2021-2022 school year.