Corrine Thorsteinson appointed as Director of People Services for Wolf Creek Public Schools

Mrs. Corrine Thorsteinson has been appointed as the new Director of People Services for Wolf Creek Public Schools

  • May. 13, 2014 12:00 p.m.

Mrs. Corrine Thorsteinson has been appointed as the new Director of People Services for Wolf Creek Public Schools (WCPS), effective August 25, 2014.  This position is new to WCPS and was created after an extensive review of current operations and structures, in light of the Inspiring Education agenda. The additional high-level support in the People Services department will ensure that the human resources function continues to be supported at the highest level going forward.

“I am extremely excited to be appointed to the position of Director – People Services. I have been a proud Wolf Creek Public Schools employee for close to 20 years and look forward to working closely with the teachers, administrators and support staff across the school division,” said Mrs. Thorsteinson.

Mr. Jayson Lovell, WCPS Assistant Superintendent, People Services commented, “With her previous leadership experience in Wolf Creek, Mrs. Thorsteinson brings a number of strengths to this position. Corrine has been an active participant and strong district leader in the Wolf Creek Administrators’ Association, having served on the Administrator Executive for three years. This role has enhanced her jurisdictional perspective through close collaboration with the WCPS Superintendency Team. Additionally, in 2011 she was recognized for her leadership by the Council on School Administration by receiving the Distinguished Leadership Award. Corrine is passionate about serving the needs of all students and leading by example. I have every confidence she will be highly successful in supporting our district vision of “Creating Success for all Learners.”

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