Gold Trail District school trustees (Front): Nancy Rempel and Carmen Ranta. (Back): Christopher Roden

Ranta elected chair of Gold Trail school board

Cache Creek trustee Carmen Ranta was elected to chair the board of education; Clinton trustee Nancy Rempel was elected vice chair.

  • Dec. 13, 2011 5:00 p.m.

The Inaugural meeting of the Board of Education for School District 74 (Gold Trail) was held on Monday, Dec. 5 at the District Administration office in Ashcroft. Trustees took the oath of office officially beginning their term as trustees of the Board of Education.

Trustee Carmen Ranta was elected as Chair of the Board of Education and Trustee Nancy Rempel elected as Vice Chair. Members of the board expressed their appreciation to Trustee Adrian for her leadership in serving as the Board Chair for the last two years.

Ranta served as chair of the board in 2004/05.

Other elected positions included Trustee Ranta elected as the representative on the BC Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA) Representative Council and Trustee Rempel elected as the representative on the BC School Trustees Association (BCSTA) Provincial Council.

Chair Ranta stated, “I am pleased to once again serve as Chair for the Gold Trail Board of Education. I look forward to continuing to work together with my fellow trustees in support of student achievement.”

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