Monique Dubrule has been named the new principal of Georges. P. Vanier School in Donnelly.
She has been teaching at Vanier since 2005 and been in a LEED (Leading Education Every Day) position for the past year, says a news release from High Prairie School Division.
“In the LEED position, Monique has been able to job-shadow administrators to gain a further understanding of school administration,” says Tammy Henkel, who chairs the board.
She has attended CAP (Curriculum, Assessment and Pyramid of Intervention) meetings which support the development of school-based administrators as instructional leaders by providing vice-principals with frequent and ongoing professional development.
Dubrule has a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta.
She is a certified badminton instructor from Alberta Badminton and is fluent in French.
Additionally, she has led the GPV Mentorship Program for the past two years and volunteers in her community as a Twilight Figure Skating Club representative, Smoky River Minor Hockey treasurer, Smoky River Dance Society representative, and St. John Baptiste Church first communion and reconciliation instructor.