James Robinson has been announced as the new Deputy Superintendent for Grande Prairie Public Schools.
He has been with GPPSD since 2012 when he took the role of Assistant Superintendent of Student Services. That portfolio included inclusive education, First Nations, Metis and Inuit programming , student wellness, crisis/trauma response planning and more.
Superintendent Sandy McDonald said Robinson has already been a great addition to the team.
“His leadership in this new role will continue to benefit our District a great deal into the future.”
“Those who have worked with James,” McDonald continued, “will attest to the breadth and depth of his knowledge and skill and to his ability to form strong relationships.”
Robinson began his career as a junior and senior high school teacher in the Northwest Territories where he also became a principal.
His new role will officially begin August 1, 2018.