LDSS bids farewell to staff members

Lakes District Secondary School (LDSS) has recently bid farewell to a few staff members. Sarah de Bruijn (L), who has worked at LDSS for the past four years, was instrumental in developing both the foods program and earth science program at LDSS. In addition, she has been an active sponsor of girls’ basketball and the social justice club. Matt Moore (M), who has decided to move his family to Vancouver Island, taught junior science and math for most of his time at LDSS. He has also coached rugby and cross-country running. Kathryn Majdanski, who decided to move closer to home in the Lower Mainland (R), took on the drama assignment this year at LDSS. She has also taught First Nations studies, communications, ceramics and worked with the special education department. (Submitted photos)

Lakes District Secondary School (LDSS) has recently bid farewell to a few staff members. Sarah de Bruijn (L), who has worked at LDSS forthe past four years, was instrumental in developing both the foods program and earth science program at LDSS. In addition, she hasbeen an active sponsor of girls’ basketball and the social justice club. Matt Moore (M), who has decided to move his family toVancouver Island, taught junior science and math for most of his time at LDSS. He has also coached rugby and cross-country running.Kathryn Majdanski, who decided to move closer to home in the Lower Mainland (R), took on the drama assignment this year at LDSS.She has also taught First Nations studies, communications, ceramics and worked with the special education department. (Submittedphotos)

 

Lakes District Secondary School (LDSS) has recently bid farewell to a few staff members. Sarah de Bruijn (L), who has worked at LDSS for the past four years, was instrumental in developing both the foods program and earth science program at LDSS. In addition, she has been an active sponsor of girls’ basketball and the social justice club. Matt Moore (M), who has decided to move his family to Vancouver Island, taught junior science and math for most of his time at LDSS. He has also coached rugby and cross-country running. Kathryn Majdanski, who decided to move closer to home in the Lower Mainland (R), took on the drama assignment this year at LDSS. She has also taught First Nations studies, communications, ceramics and worked with the special education department. (Submitted photos)

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