New assistant principal at Blackfalds’ Iron Ridge Intermediate Campus

Lacey Elliott has been a teacher at Ponoka Secondary Campus since 2008

Wolf Creek Public Schools (WCPS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Lacey Elliott as the assistant principal for Iron Ridge Intermediate Campus, effective for the 2019-2020 school year.

Mrs. Elliott has been a teacher in Wolf Creek Public Schools, at Ponoka Secondary Campus, since 2008. She earned her Master in Education from the University of Alberta in 2018, and served as an inclusion coach for five years in the Division.

“I am truly honoured to have the opportunity to grow as a leader among the skilled team of educators at Iron Ridge Intermediate Campus,” said Elliott. “I look forward to getting to know the staff, students and parents who have helped create such a positive, forward-thinking school. It will be a privilege to join the Blackfalds community and continue my journey of professional growth.”

Elliott brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and leadership skills as she joins the admin team at Iron Ridge Intermediate Campus.

“We are pleased to have Mrs. Elliott join the administration team at Iron Ridge Intermediate Campus. Her skills and experience in interventions, literacy, and inclusive learning environments will be an excellent fit for this school community,” said Corrine Thorsteinson, Assistant Superintendent- People Services.

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