Kathy McTaggart appointed new principal for Ponoka Secondary Campus

Ponoka Secondary Campus (PSC) will have a new prinicipal for the 2019-2020 school year.

The school’s current assistant principal Kathy McTaggart, will step into the role, effective in the fall.

McTaggart has been the assistant principal at PSC since 2010 and took on the duties of acting principal in January of this year.

“I am excited to have been chosen as the new principal of Ponoka Secondary Campus and hope to continue to be part of the great environment that has been created here over the past 10 years,” said McTaggart in a release.

“As I begin to plan for next year, I welcome the involvement and advice from the community and hope to continue to improve PSC.”

McTaggart received her Master of Education in Leadership from the University of Lethbridge in 2003.

“We are very excited to have Mrs. McTaggart continue in the role of Principal at Ponoka Secondary Campus. We are confident that her combination of personal leadership and commitment to students will serve the school community well in the future,” said Corrine Thorsteinson, assistant superintendent, People Services.

“WCPS is excited to have Mrs. McTaggart continue to bring her experience, expertise and belief in hard work to the role of principal at PCS, to create success for staff and students.”

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