New principal announced at Lucerne

SD #10 announced that Nicol Suhr has been named the new principal at Lucerne Elementary School in New Denver.

The school district has officially announced the new principal for Lucerne school in New Denver.

In a press release, SD #10 announced that Nicol Suhr has been named the new principal at Lucerne Elementary School in New Denver.

“Ms. Suhr brings a wealth of leadership and educational experience in her varied roles as Vice-Principal at Nakusp Secondary for the past year, President of the Arrow Lakes Teachers Association for the two years prior, and over 13 years as a dedicated and committed teacher at Nakusp Secondary School,” said Terry Taylor, SD #10 Superitendent.

Suhr has a Master’s degree in Environmental Education and Communication, and is well-known for her commitment to students and passion for learning, added Taylor.

“Nicol is dedicated to working alongside the students, staff and community in her new role at Lucerne.”

 

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