Meaghan Friedrick Starts as Superintendent of Student Support Services in the 23-24 School Year
Meaghan Friedrick has been appointed as Superintendent of Student Support Services and will begin this position in the 23-24 school year. Meaghan Friedrick, is currently Supervisor of Student Support Services and has been Principal of both Kindersley Composite School (KCS) and Elizabeth Middle School in Kindersley.
“Meaghan has been doing a wonderful job as Supervisor of Student Support Services,” commented Director of Education Vicki Moore. “We look forward to her building on what she is already doing and stepping into an even greater leadership role as a superintendent.” she added.
Originally from Regina, Ms. Friedrick graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Education in 2006 and also holds a Master of Education in Curriculum Studies from the University of New Brunswick as well as a Post Graduate Certificate as a Community Health/Mental Health Practitioner from Lakeland College in Alberta.
Ms. Friedrick started her teaching career in Regina where she taught at elementary schools as well as Thom Collegiate. She also taught at an elementary school in Saskatoon before taking on a teaching position at Kindersley Composite in 2008. In 2012 she became Vice-Principal of KCS and in 2021 became Principal of Elizabeth Middle School. This year she became the Supervisor of Student Support Services.
Ms. Friedrick stated: “It is such a privilege to have the opportunity to work in a role like this where I get to work with amazing people across our entire school division. I am looking forward to continuing to grow as an educator and to take on new challenges to support the needs of all our learners, our families and our staff.”
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