Oilfields High School – Foothills School Division Announces New Leadership Assignments

HIGH RIVER, AB – Foothills School Division (FSD) is pleased to announce two school administrative transfers to take effect for the 2016-2017 school year:

  • Caroline Roberts, Principal, Oilfields Junior/Senior High School, Black Diamond – Currently serving as principal of Big Rock School in Okotoks, Caroline was also principal at Longview School. As a leader, Caroline models a high standard of professional performance, integrity, a commitment to student engagement, and the ability to formulate a clear vision with concise goals and strategies that are measurable and aligned.
  • Scott Carey, Principal, Big Rock School – Scott will transfer from Oilfields School where he currently serves as principal. As an Okotoks resident, Scott is excited to lead his neighbourhood school, which both of his children attended in the past. He brings a focus on student-centred leadership, a passion for integrating technology into teaching and learning, and a focus on literacy and numeracy as competencies that are foundational for student success.

“We wish Caroline and Scott all the best in their new assignments. Their enthusiasm, integrity, strong work ethic and deep commitment to student learning will be great assets in their new roles,” says Allen Davidson, Assistant Superintendent of Employee Services for Foothills School Division.

About Foothills School Division (FSD)

FSD serves approximately 8,200 students in junior kindergarten (pre-kindergarten) through grade 12, and employs more than 900 teachers and support staff who are focused on our common goal of improving learning for all students. Serving communities within the Municipal District of Foothills, FSD operates 19 public schools, an open campus location providing academic and behavioural support programs, and three Hutterite Colony schools. For more information please visit www.fsd38.ab.ca