New principal for Cache Creek

Brooke Haller is Cache Creek Elementary School's new principal.

The Gold Trail School District is pleased to announce that Ms Brooke Haller has accepted the position of Principal for Cache Creek Elementary School effective Aug. 1.

Ms Haller started her work in Gold Trail in 2006 as a classroom teacher at Kumsheen Secondary School. She has also taught at Lytton Elementary and Ashcroft Secondary Schools. Since 2012, Ms Haller has worked as the district Technology Collaboration Teacher where she has built strong professional relationships with educators across the district. She has also demonstrated her leadership abilities in both the Elementary and Secondary Connected Classrooms projects and Shared Learning classrooms.

Ms Haller completed her Bachelor of Education at Lakehead University in Ontario and her Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta. She is currently enrolled at the UBC Okanagan in Kelowna in the Master of Arts, Education program.

Ms Haller has worked with colleagues at UBC and the Ministry of Education to support expansion of innovation in rural sites of learning across BC. Ms Haller looks forward to serving as Principal in the community of Cache Creek.

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