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Livingstone Range names associate superintendents

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Livingstone Range School Division last week announced that Chad Kuzyk and Richard Feller have been selected as associate superintendents.
“During their time with the division, both Chad and Richard ​have been instrumental in our areas of growth and innovation,” superintendent Darryl Seguin said. “I am confident they will continue to lead our division and promote the good work we are doing across the province, and well as the high integrity, character and strong positive culture within Livingstone Range.”
These new roles are part of senior administration restructuring in Livingstone Range.
Previously senior administration included the six positions of superintendent, deputy superintendent, associate superintendent, and three directors.
That number is reduced to superintendent and three associate superintendents.
The two new associate superintendent positions, which join the associate superintendent of business services, and removal of the director positions are timed with division office personnel changes.
Deputy superintendent Ken Sampson is leaving to become superintendent of Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division.
Kuzyk holds a Bachelor of Science and Education degree from the University of Lethbridge, and a Master’s degree (Literacy Education) from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax.
Kuzyk, who is working on his Doctorate of Educational Leadership at the University of Calgary, has 19 years of professional experience as a teacher, assistant principal, and divisional technology and learning services co-ordinator.
Kuzyk has worked as the director of learning and innovation with Livingstone Range since 2015.
“I am honoured to have the opportunity to work in a new capacity to support student learning,” Kuzyk said.
Feller holds a Bachelor of Science degree and Bachelor of Education degree both from the University of Lethbridge, and a Master’s degree (Educational Leadership) from the University of Calgary.
Feller has 20 years of professional experience as a teacher, FACES instructor, assistant principal, and principal. He has worked as director of learning support services since 2017.
“​I feel extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to work within such a strong, innovative and collaborative jurisdiction who puts students first,” Feller said. “I look forward to continuing to support our students, staff, and communities in the years to come.”

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