Mike Seltzinger appointed new Kumsheen principal

Gold Trail school district announces new principal for Lytton's Kumsheen Secondary School.

The Board of Education is pleased to announce that Mr. Mike Seitzinger has accepted the position of Principal for Kumsheen Secondary School as of Aug. 1.

Mike Seitzinger completed a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia. He has been teaching in the community of Lytton for the last three years at Stein Valley Nlakapamux School and Kumsheen Secondary School. His co-leadership of the Canyon Program has demonstrated his commitment to building positive relationships with students to support meaningful engagement in learning and in the school community.

Relationships have been the foundation of Mr. Seitzinger’s work as a teacher and he looks forward to deepening his relationships with students, staff and the community of Lytton to create an environment in which students feel safe, secure and comfortable taking risks with their learning.

Board Chair Carmen Ranta congratulated Mr. Seitzinger on his appointment, “The Board of Education is pleased to welcome Mr. Seitzinger to the leadership team in Gold Trail. His passion for making a difference for all students will be of great benefit to the students, families, and communities of Lytton.”

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