Kindersley Composite School (KCS) is getting a new vice-principal. Danielle Jamieson, who is currently principal at D’Arcy School, will is making the move to Kindersley to take up the position in the fall.
“It is terrific to see Danielle take on this new challenge,” stated Randy Emmerson, Sun West Director of Education, “she brings such a wide variety of experiences with her that we know will enrich the educational environment at KCS.”
Ms. Jamieson holds both a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Curriculum Studies from the University of Saskatchewan. She specialized in music, special education and reading and her strengths include instructional leadership, implementing teaching excellence, building connections between schools and home and modeling leadership in diversity and inclusion.
Ms. Jamieson has previously been a vice-principal at Walter Aseltine School in Rosetown, a Sun West learning coach and assessment and data consultant as well as a classroom teacher at Elizabeth Middle School in Kindersley, Eaton School in Eatonia, St. Augustine’s Elementary School in Humboldt and St. Joseph’s Elementary School in Lloydminister.
“I am honoured to become part of the KCS team beginning this fall,” said Ms. Jamieson, “there are many great initiatives started at the school and I am looking forward to being part of those as we continue to move forward in our education journey.”