Randy Beler will serve another term as Chair of the Chinook School Division Board.
The Chinook School Division's board of directors has re-elected Randy Beler and Larry Caswell as Chair and Vice Chair respectively.
Beler has been chair since October 2009, and is honoured to serve another session as board chair.
"To be selected as Chair and Vice-Chair positions, that's quite an honour. In one breath it's very flattering, but in the second it's very humbling to be selected by your peers," says Beler. "I'm very grateful for the opportunity".
As for the board's priority at this point, he says a new school in Swift Current in the primary goal.
Beler was a trustee with the Swift Current School Division for eleven years before joining the new Chinook board in 2005, while Caswell represents the northern central section of the school divsion that includes Abbey, Cabri, Hazlet, Stewart Valley and Success.
Donovan Fehr spoke with Randy Beler about being chosen to continue on as Chair of the Chinook Board...
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