Henry G. Izatt School
The Board of Trustees of Pembina Trails School Division is pleased to
announce the appointment of Campbell Grier as Vice-Principal of Henry G. Izatt
School effective the start of the 2017-18 school year.
Mr. Grier has dedicated the last thirteen years to Pembina Trails by
sharing his expertise in Computer Science and Graphic Design. During the fall of 2016, Mr. Grier took on the
responsibility of Acting Vice-Principal at Shaftesbury High School, where he is
currently a Resource/Guidance Teacher. Prior to arriving at Shaftesbury, Mr.
Grier taught grades 5 and 6 at Oakenwald
Cam brings a wealth of knowledge, having taught students in Grade 5 through grade 12. His
professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of
Science and is in the process of completing his Post Baccalaureate Certificate
in Education. Mr. Grier’s educational
philosophy is founded on several key beliefs, one being that education is built on a
foundation of relationship, and on the valuing of each student as an
“I am excited by
some of the unique initiatives at HGI, including morning meetings, active
start, and flex time,” shared Mr. Grier.
initiatives represent an emphasis on student voice and creative engagement that
resonates well with my personal philosophies on education.”
We know that Cam will be a welcomed addition to the Henry G. Izatt family
and we wish him every success in his new position.
Linden Meadows School
Board of Trustees of Pembina Trails School Division is pleased to announce the
appointment of Mike Pizzi as vice-principal of Linden Meadows School effective
the start of the 2017-18 school year.
Pizzi is currently the vice-principal at Henry G. Izatt where he has dedicated the last three years to nurturing HGI’s growth and development by
building strong relationships and encouraging students and staff to pursue
diverse and sustainable opportunities.
Mike brings a wealth of knowledge, having
taught in the middle years in Pembina Trails for twelve years prior to becoming
a vice-principal. His professional qualifications include a Master of
Education, a Bachelor of Education and a Bachelor of Physical Education.
Mike truly believes in working and thinking alongside students in the
moment to provide experiences that are not only educational, but also
meaningful and engaging.
We know Mike will be a welcomed addition to
the Linden Meadows family and we wish him every success in his new position.
Ralph Maybank School
The Board of Trustees of the Pembina Trails School Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrea Loepp as principal of Ralph Maybank School effective the start of the 2017-18 school year.
Ms. Loepp is currently the vice-principal at Linden Meadows School and brings an abundance of leadership and teaching experience with early years learning. “Ralph Maybank is the school of my dreams; a community school with a diverse population and the type of school that my experiences have been preparing me for my entire career,” shared Ms. Loepp.
Andrea has a Bachelor of Human Ecology, Bachelor of Education (University of Manitoba), Master of Educational Administration (Brandon University) and an administration certificate. Andrea prides herself as a passionate leader with a vision to create a school environment where students and staff can work with ultimate
Pembina Trails is proud to have a strong group of leaders in all our 34 schools. We know Andrea will be a welcomed addition to the Ralph Maybank family and we wish her every success in her new position.