The Chinook's Edge Board of Education recently conducted an internal evaluation of Superintendent Kurt Sacher. CESD Board Chair Colleen Butler says the results were highly positive. She adds, Sacher was thanked by the board for his work and commitment to moving the school division forward in a strong and positive way.
Chinook's Edge School Division's board of education has completed its evaluation of Superintendent Kurt Sacher with very positive results.
Board Chair Colleen Butler says they are pleased with Sacher's work and how he leads the division.
Butler adds, well being of the Chinook's Edge students is top of mind for Sacher and the board when decisions are being made.
According to CESD, Sacher contract has been extended a further five year period to June of 2025.
Meantime, Butler says the board has been working hard on advocacy this school year and will continue over the summer.
Butler says letters have been sent to the provincial government, and they hope to have meetings with the ministers this fall.
She adds the staff wellness initiative was also well received this year. It encourages emails not to be sent after 6 o'clock in the evening or before 6 in the morning.
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