Assistant Principal Appointments for 2015-16
Parkland School Division’s Superintendent of Schools Tim Monds is pleased to announce the following administrative appointments for the 2015-2016 school year effective August 2015.
Current Assistant Principals within the Division who will be changing posts include Corey Haley who moves from École Broxton Park School to Graminia School. Treena Neumann returns from her maternity leave and will join École Broxton Park School. Shireen Mohammed moves from Connections for Learning to become the Assistant Principal at Muir Lake School. Brenda Stumbur leaves Millgrove School to join Duffield School.
“Many of our leaders in Parkland School Division recently had an opportunity to take in Leadercast 2015 where the theme was The Brave Ones,” stated Superintendent Tim Monds, “We learned that great things can be accomplished when you have a group of people committed to getting something done which in our case is delivering on our Ultimate Goal of Student Success and Well-being. Andy Stanley went on to talk about finding those resources to get that job done and this latest round of appointments is evidence that we have some terrific leaders throughout our leadership team.”
Corey Haley, Assistant Principal
Graminia School (K-9)
Corey Haley’s teaching career began in January 2004, at École Secondaire St. Marguerite d’Youville, teaching French Immersion, Grades 7-12. He joined the teaching team at Spruce Grove Composite High School in September 2004, as a Grade 10-12 French Immersion and English teacher. Corey’s educational interests extend beyond the school he works in. He has been a mentor for student teachers from the U of A, coordinator of student exchanges to Quebec and has been president of a Local French Immersion Specialists Association. Corey began his Administrative career back in 2011 and has held the role of Assistant Principal at École Broxton Park School since.
Corey is a graduate from the French Immersion program at Spruce Grove Composite High School. He earned a Baccalauréat-es-Éducation from the University of Alberta in 2003 and in 2008, a Masters in Education (Leadership Studies) from the University of Victoria.
“I look forward to joining the staff at Graminia and would like to thank Broxton Park for a wonderful four years.”
Treena Neumann, Assistant Principal
École Broxton Park School (K-9)
Treena Neumann’s teaching career began in 2004, working with various school divisions in Alberta, with a focus on Middle Years. Treena started with Parkland School Division in 2006 at Woodhaven Middle School, where she taught Grade 8/9 English, Social and Drama. Treena joined the PSD Leadership Team in 2011 as an Assistant Principal with Woodhaven Middle School. Treena also served as Acting Principal of Woodhaven School prior to her maternity leave in the spring of 2014.
Treena earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2001, with a major focus of Drama. In 2004, Treena earned her Bachelor of Education with Distinction – after degree, both from the University of Alberta.
“I am very excited to be returning from my maternity leave and beginning a new chapter in my time with Parkland School Division. It will be a privilege to work with the amazing staff, students and community at École Broxton Park School. I am thrilled at the chance to be a part of such a diverse and united community of learners and leaders.”
Shireen Mohammed, Assistant Principal
Muir Lake School (K-9)
Shireen Mohammed recently celebrated her 25th year milestone with Parkland School Division at our last Milestones and Merits event. She began her teaching career in California in 1988 and returned to Canada to begin her journey with PSD back in 1990. The majority of Shireen’s career was at École Broxton Park School where she taught special education, early and middle years. She joined the team that opened Greystone Centennial Middle School in 2005 in team-teaching, special education lead and counseling roles. Shireen served as a Learning Services facilitator for program support from 2009 – 2012 before starting her current role as an Assistant Principal with Connections for Learning.
Shireen graduated from the University of Alberta in 1988 with her Bachelor of Education with a minor in special education. Her commitment to life-long learning will continue as she begins a masters in counseling program this fall.
“I have had the opportunity to experience some wonderful learning environments at my stops along the way. I have thoroughly enjoyed the environment and excellent alternative programming that ‘Connections’ has offered these last few years. I am excited to start another journey with Muir Lake students, staff and parents.”
Brenda Stumbur, Assistant Principal
Duffield School (Gr. K-9)
Brenda started her teaching career in 1985 in the Northland School Division. She joined Parkland School Division in 1986 working with Early Years students at Entwistle School, Forest Green School and Millgrove School. In 2008, Brenda received an Excellence in Teaching award from Alberta Education. Brenda joined the administrative team at Millgrove as Assistant Principal in 2011.
Brenda earned a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta as well as an Early Childhood Education Diploma. Brenda’s passion for lifelong learning and creating positive learning environments for students and staff has lead her to be very involved in her school community. As an Inclusive Education Lead with a Reading Minor, Brenda has used her skills and knowledge to support staff to meet the diverse needs of students and to engage students to become problem solvers, critical thinkers and strong citizens.
“There will always be a special place in my heart of the many years I have been working with the Millgrove community. I appreciate the various opportunities I had to learn and grow with amazing people. I am excited to be given the opportunity to work with the Duffield staff, students and parents to continue to build relationships and create positive environments for student success.”
Assistant Principal positions will now be posted for École Broxton Park School (French Immersion)(K-9), Millgrove School (K-4), Connections for Learning (Gr. 1-12), École Meridian Heights School (K-9) and Greystone Centennial Middle School (Gr. 5-9).
For more information contact:
Kelly D. Wilkins
Parkland School Division No.70