District Appoints Assistant Superintendents
The Langley School District is pleased to announce the appointments of Gord Stewart and Claire Guy as Assistant Superintendents.
The positions were filled following a search and interview process undertaken to replace the role vacated by Suzanne Hoffman with her recent appointment as Superintendent and to incorporate senior staff restructuring at the District level.
Claire Guy enters her role with 26 years of experience as an educator and administrator, with ten years of teaching experience, followed by four years as a vice-principal and eight years a principal before joining the Langley School District first as District Principal for two years, following most recently in the role of Director of Instruction where she has served for the past year. At this time, the Director of Instruction position vacated by Guy will not be backfilled and District staff will work throughout the Fall to create a plan that explores District needs, support and infrastructure.
Gord Stewart enters his role with 23 years of experience as an educator and administrator in Langley where he has served as a teacher for 15 years, vice-principal for 12 years, and most recently, principal of Aldergrove Community Secondary School for the past 5 years. A search to select his replacement at ACSS is now under way.
According to Superintendent Hoffman, “I’m very pleased to welcome Claire Guy and Gord Stewart into their new roles. Their diversity of experiences, background and perspectives will be valuable assets to the Board and District as we continue to move forward with improving learning for Langley students.”