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Thursday, 22 February 2018 06:06

Holy Trinity will have new superintendent for 2018-19

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Holy Trinity Catholic Schools is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Chase to the position of Director of Education/CEO effective August 1, 2018.

Holy Trinity Board of Education Chairperson, Joann Blazieko, commented that he brings a wealth of experience in Catholic educatio”. 
Chase has served as teacher, vice-principal, principal, and superintendent during his twenty- five years at Regina Catholic Schools. 
For the past six years, in his role as Superintendent of Education Services at Regina Catholic, Sean has provided administrative support in the areas of elementary and high school operations, instructional supervision, early learning, curriculum, online learning, technology, and student supports. 
The Holy Trinity Board members are confident that our division will benefit from his commitment to Catholic Education, servant leadership, and his proven ability to inspire system improvement using strategic goal setting, effective communication and collaboration. 
His proven track record of building positive relationships with students, staff, and the community will be strong assets to advance the faith formation of students and staff, and the achievement and well-being of our students.”
 Chase graduated with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina in 1993 and in 2010,  he completedhis Masters of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  Chase is currently  completing a Certificate in Advanced Leadership at the University of British Columbia Sauder  School of Business.  
“I am humbled and honoured to accept this position,” Chase stated.  “The division’s tradition of  academic achievement and community support in a Catholic faith environment is recognized  across the province. I look forward to serving the dedicated staff, students and parents in our efforts to meet local and provincial goals while tending to the Holy Trinity vision of ‘Christ Centred Life Long Learning.’”
 The Board is excited by the opportunity to work with Chase as he assumes this important Catholic leadership role in Holy Trinity.
Holy Trinity serves nine schools in the three southwestern communities of Moose Jaw, Swift Current and Shaunavon, with an enrolment of 2,200 students from Prekindergarten through Grade 12. 

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