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KPDSB Chair and Vice-Chair acclaimed, Trustee appointments announced, Trustee Appointments Announced

19 Dec. 2016

Media Release - December 19, 2016

Trustees of the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board met at Dryden High School on Tuesday, December 13, 2016, for the inaugural board meeting of the 2017 calendar year.

The Board of Trustees committed to stability and direction by acclaiming Trustee Dave Penney as Chair and Trustee Cecile Marcino as Vice-Chair.

The following Trustee appointments were made:

  • Trustees Roger Griffiths, Jennifer Kitowski and George Seaton were appointed to the Audit and Finance Committees for a one year term. 
  • Trustees Lesley Barnes, Desta Buswa and Gerald Kleist were appointed to the Native Education Advisory Council (NEAC) for a one year term.  
  • Trustee Cecile Marcino was appointed to the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA) Board of Directors. 
  • Trustee Jennifer Kitowski was appointed as the alternate to the OPSBA Board of Directors. 
  • Trustee Dave Penney was appointed as the OPSBA voting delegate. 
  • Trustee David Wilkinson was appointed as the OPSBA voting delegate alternate for the General Meeting. 
  • Trustees Lesley Barnes and Michelle Guitard were appointed to the Parent Involvement Committee for a one year term. 
  • Trustees Michelle Guitard and Jennifer Manitowabi were appointed to the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) for a one year term.  
  • Trustee Roger Griffiths was appointed to the Transportation Policy Committee. 
  • Trustee Lesley Barnes was appointed as the Transportation Policy Committee Alternate.

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Kenora’s Beaver Brae Bronco Cheerleaders win Bronze at World Championships in Florida

08 Mar. 2017

Media Release - March 8, 2017

The staff, administration and Trustees of the KPDSB wish to acknowledge the incredible achievements of Beaver Brae Secondary School’s (BBSS) Bronco Cheerleaders at the High School World Cheerleading Championships at Disney World in Florida this month.

The BBSS Cheer Team, made up of 19 student athletes in grades 7-12, travelled to Florida mid-February to compete in the Junior Varsity Division after winning their bid to the High School World Cheerleading Championships in February 2016 from the Manitoba Association of Cheerleading.

In December 2016, the team was adjudicated in Winnipeg by a representative from the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA), and shortly after, the Broncos were invited by the International Cheer Union to enter a second event at the world championships called Game Day, making the BBSS Broncos the first international team to compete in the event.

We are proud to announce the Beaver Brae Broncos Cheer Team won a bronze medal in the World Junior Varsity Non Tumbling finals.  Their placing helped earn the Canadian teams a silver in the Nations Cup. The Broncos also placed seventh overall in the U.S. Nationals Game Day event in the Junior Varsity division earning the Bronco Cheerleaders a Silver Nations Ranking.

Deb Allan, Head Coach for the Broncos Cheer Team, credits the team’s unprecedented achievement at the world stage to the hard work and dedication of each and every student on the team, the support of their families, teachers and coaches, and Beaver Brae’s Bronco Cheer Academy. 

Allan stated “This opportunity provided for our team was such an honour and it was a very proud moment to be Canadian and a Bronco.  The girls demonstrated such strength and composure at every single step and showed that they belonged on that Worlds Stage.  Our Bronco Cheerleaders looked great in purple, white and Bronze and are now a nationally and internationally recognized school program in North America.  Congratulations girls, this is an achievement you can carry with you for the rest of your lives and we’re very proud of you.”

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