Nathan McEntee appointed acting principal for Ponoka Elementary School

Wolf Creek Public Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Nathan McEntee as acting principal of Ponoka Elementary School (PES), for the 2019-2020 school year.

Mr. McEntee has been assistant principal at PES since August 2018 and is First Nations, Metis and Inuit lead teacher at PES. “I am excited to continue my journey in leadership at Ponoka Elementary School next year as acting principal. Since starting as a teacher here at PES in 2010, I knew this place was ‘my home’ and where I should be,” said McEntee. “We have an amazing team of teachers and support staff here, as well as a very active and involved parent community that I am looking forward to continuing to work with.”

“We are very fortunate to have Mr. McEntee step into this role at Ponoka Elementary. He is a well-respected staff member who will build upon strong relationships in the school and community to confidently lead Ponoka Elementary School,” said Corrine Thorsteinson, assistant superintendent, people services.

WCPS is confident in the leadership and expertise Mr. McEntee will bring to PES to serve students, staff and the school community.

– Submitted by WCPS

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