Rimbey Junior Senior High School teacher Robyn MacEachern is taking on a new role at the school, and is stepping into the assistant principal position.
MacEachern, who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (2004) from McMaster University, a Bachelor of Education (2008) from the University of Maine and a Masters in Science from Wilkes University (2018), has been teaching since with Wolf Creek Public School 2012.
While she has taught in South Korea, New Brunswick and Manitoba, MacEachern has spent the majority of the last nine year teaching at Rimbey Junior Senior High School.
“I’m very excited to continue to work with the fantastic students at RJSHS in this new role. I also look forward to working more closely with the staff, parents, and other community members who support our students and our school,” said MacEachern.
The assistant principal position became available at Rimbey Junior Senior High School following Bill Bramfield’s appointment to principal at the high school.
“Robyn has had many experiences as an educator and is enthusiastic to serve all students. Robyn is excited to join the administration team at Rimbey Junior Senior High, and we are excited to have her take this opportunity and know her leadership skills will be an asset,” said Corrine Thorsteinson, assistant superintendent – people services.