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Congratulations to Mr. Mike Fleck who has accepted the position of Principal of Holy Family Academy. After graduating with a Bachelor of Physical Education, and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta, Mr. Fleck began his teaching career at St. Joseph’s Collegiate in 2000. Mr. Fleck has taught in all four divisions in his teaching career including high school science, Grade 8, 6, 5, and 2 homerooms as well as physical education at all levels. In January of 2013, Mr. Fleck joined the administration team as Vice Principal of Holy Family Academy. Mr. Fleck is committed to educational opportunities. He was in the very first cohort of the Christ the Redeemer Aspiring Leaders group in 2007. He attended Start Right in 2013 and the Leadership Essentials for Administrators conference in 2014. Mr. Fleck also regularly attends leadership related professional development in order to gain ideas and improve his practice. Mr. Fleck has taken on various other leadership roles including Elementary Physical Education Lead for Christ the Redeemer, ATA Representative, EPC Representative, NSC member, and at Holy Family Academy over the years, Faith Lead, Technology Lead, and ER lead to name a few. In accepting the role as Principal of Holy Family Academy, Mr. Fleck shares, “Holy Family Academy is an outstanding Catholic school committed to academic excellence in a safe and caring environment. I am humbled and excited to be given the opportunity to serve as it’s next Principal.” Superintendent Dr. Scott Morrison shares, “Mr. Fleck is a talented elementary educator who had served all three schools in Brooks with passion, excellence, and dedication. We are very confident Holy Family will continue to thrive under his leadership.”
Congratulations to Mrs. Susan Currie who has accepted the position of Vice-Principal of St. Anthony's School. Since beginning her teaching career with Christ The Redeemer (CTR) Catholic Schools Mrs. Currie has taught in almost every division at St. Anthony’s School. Her teaching assignments have included a broad range of classes from Kindergarten in Elementary to Junior and Senior High Art, Humanities, Math, Astronomy, and Construction. Mrs. Currie is a committed life-long learner with an educational background as diverse as her teaching experience. She graduated from the University of New Brunswick with First Class Honors and Distinction in her Anthropology, Chemistry, and Education Degrees. She is continually pursuing educational opportunities and has completed CTR’s Aspiring Leaders program, the Start Right Program for Beginning School Leaders and is currently enrolled in St. Mary’s University Leadership Quality Standard Certification program. As a Master Teacher at St. Anthony’s School, Mrs. Currie has taken on various leadership roles in multiple capacities, including that of Faith Leader, Options Leader, Technology Leader, and most recently Leader of the Humanities Division. In accepting this new leadership role of Vice-Principal, Mrs. Currie stated “It’s truly been a blessing working with the wonderful staff and community at St. Anthony’s School over the past decade. I’m greatly looking forward to continuing this journey in a new role in which I can further serve and support the needs of our staff and community.” New Principal Celeste Schrock shares, “Mrs. Currie is a true master teacher having excelled at teaching all levels from kindergarten to high school. She brings a vast knowledge of the various disciplines and exceptional organizational skills to the administration team. She is faith-filled, thoughtful, and intentional in everything she does and establishes strong working relationships with others.” Congratulations!
Christ the Redeemer (CTR) Catholic Schools is pleased to announce Ms. Lacey Dubeau as Vice Principal of Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy. After graduating from the University of Windsor in 2011 with a Bachelor of Education, Lacey began her teaching career with CTR Catholic at St. John Paul II Collegiate in Okotoks. In 2012, she moved to Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy in Canmore where she taught as an elementary classroom teacher. In 2016, Lacey transferred to Holy Spirit Academy in High River where she has taught for the past six years in various grades. In addition to her experience as a teacher, she has assumed a variety of leadership roles, including Team Lead, Divisional Team Lead, and Indigenous Team Lead. Inspired by her mentors in CTR Catholic, Lacey completed her Master of Education at the University of Calgary in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Education Research. Lacey shares, “Although I will miss all of my amazing colleagues at Holy Spirit Academy, I am excited to continue my leadership journey in CTR Catholic and return to a school and community that has always had a piece of my heart.” The Principal of Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy, Mr. Jamie Landry, shares, “We are very pleased to welcome Ms. Dubeau back to Our Lady of the Snows. Ms. Dubeau is a dynamic educator with a vast tool kit of skills in differentiated instruction, learning support, and conflict resolution and is an authentic Catholic leader.” Ms. Dubeau will begin her position in the fall of 2022.
Christ the Redeemer (CTR) Catholic Schools is pleased to announce Mrs. Lindsay Avramovic as Vice Principal of St. Francis of Assisi Academy. After graduating from the University of Ottawa in 2011 with a Bachelor of Education, Mrs. Lindsay Avramovic began her teaching career with Christ The Redeemer at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy in Canmore. During that time, she served as an elementary teacher before being appointed to Vice Principal in 2017. In addition to her role as Vice Principal, she also served in the areas of Learning Support and English Language Learning. In 2019, she was appointed as the Director of Catholic Education where she has served the district in providing faith formation opportunities for students and staff, overseeing curriculum, and advocating for Catholic education. Inspired by leaders and mentors within CTR, Mrs. Avramovic pursued her Masters in Administration and Educational Leadership at the University of New Brunswick, graduating in the spring of 2021. Eager to continue her pursuit of lifelong learning, Mrs. Avramovic recently began her Doctorate in Education at Western University with a critical focus on theories of educational leadership and K-12 organizations. Mrs. Avramovic shares, “I am overjoyed for the opportunity to join the administrative team and the beautiful community of staff, students and parents at St. Francis of Assisi. I look forward to joining in their mission of fostering a community of lifelong learners, where challenges are opportunities for growth, and individual gifts and talents are valued. Most importantly, living our Catholic faith with great love –reflecting the peace and goodness of Christ to all.” Principal Mr. James Leidl shares, “Mrs. Avramovic is a passionate and devoted advocate of Catholic education. She is a servant leader with diverse experiences that will be of tremendous value to our school community. Her energy and positivity make her a perfect fit for the role of Vice Principal at St. Francis of Assisi Academy." Mrs. Avramovic will begin her transition in the spring.