South Peace News
Holy Family School teacher Krystle Brulotte has been promoted to vice-principal for the 2021-22 school year.
Holy Family Catholic Regional Division (HFCRD) announced the appointment in a news release Aug. 4.
Brulotte has been a teacher at the school since 2012 and is an active member of the school community.
She brings more than 10 years of teaching experience working in several HFCRD schools.
Brulotte grew up in the Donnelly-McLennan area and welcomes the opportunity to learn and grow professionally in her new leadership role.
“I love being part of the Holy Family School community and I am grateful for the opportunity to continue my career with this amazing school,” Brulotte says.
“I look forward to working with the staff, students, parents and guardians of Holy Family School in this new capacity.”
HFCRD Supt. Betty Turpin says Brulotte is well-suited for the position.
“Krystle’s professional experience, together with her established relationships within the school community, makes her an ideal candidate for the position,” Turpin says.
“Since she has been part of the school community for many years, we are confident that she will smoothly transition into this new role.”
Brulotte graduated from the University of Alberta in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Math and Science.
She began her teaching career at Ecole Providence School in McLennan and after three years, she transferred to Holy Family School.
The majority of her teaching experience has been in junior high, mainly teaching Math, Science, Religion, and various Career and Technical Foundations (CTF) courses.