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Elizabeth Middle School Has New Principal This Fall

Danielle Jamieson, who is currently the Vice-Principal at Kindersley Composite School (KCS), will be the new Principal for Elizabeth Middle School in Kindersley starting in the fall of the 2022-23 school year.

“Danielle had a wonderful year as Vice-Principal at Kindersley Composite,” commented Acting Director of Education Vicki Moore. “We are looking forward to her continued success in her new role as Principal at Elizabeth Middle School.” she added.

Ms. Jamieson holds both a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Curriculum Studies from the University of Saskatchewan. She specialized in music, special education and reading and her strengths include instructional leadership, implementing teaching excellence, building connections between schools and home and modeling leadership in diversity and inclusion.

Ms. Jamieson has previously been a Vice-Principal at Walter Aseltine School in Rosetown, a Sun West Learning Coach and Assessment and Data Consultant as well as a classroom teacher at Elizabeth Middle School in Kindersley, Eaton School in Eatonia, St. Augustine’s Elementary School in Humboldt and St. Joseph’s Elementary School in Lloydminister.

“I am super excited to be joining Elizabeth Middle School.” Stated Ms. Jamieson. “It is like coming home as I have spent many years previously as a teacher in this space. I have absolutely loved my time at Kindersley Composite School. These is a fantastic staff and student body at KCS, which the memories will be forever in my heart,” she added.

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