New Lillooet principal appointed

Carolynne Muncer has been hired as Lillooet Secondary School's new principal.

The Board of Education is pleased to announce that Ms. Carolynne Muncer has accepted the position of Principal for Lillooet Secondary School as of Aug. 1.

Ms. Muncer started her work in Gold Trail in 1992 as a teacher at Mission Mountain School. Over the following years she taught at Gold Bridge Community School, Cayoosh Elementary School and Lillooet Secondary School. In 2006, she was appointed as the Principal of Lytton Elementary School.

In 2007, Ms. Muncer left Gold Trail to pursue leadership opportunities in BC’s Rocky Mountain School District and the Wild Rose Public School Division in Alberta. Ms. Muncer returned to Gold Trail School District and the community of Lillooet in August 2013 and is excited to develop her role in the school and support for students, parents and community as Principal.

Ms. Muncer is committed to ensuring that all students at Lillooet Secondary School have the opportunity to feel valued, experience success and leave Grade 12 with options for their future. She looks forward to continuing the work already underway with students, staff, parents and community partners to make LSS a great place to be and learn.

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