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Hall appointed vice-principal at Chinook High School

Lethbridge School Division is pleased to announce Cam Hall has been appointed vice-principal for Chinook High School.
Hall has been in the acting role of vice-principal at Chinook High School since December, 2019, and the Division is pleased to announce he is now the successful candidate for the continuing vice-principal position, effective immediately.
Hall continues to demonstrate his belief that cultivating relationships is necessary for working collaboratively toward the common goal of increasing student growth and success. He walks the talk with respect to commitment, and combined with his skill and knowledge, Hall is a great asset to the school. He is committed to continued improvement, supporting professional development and engaging in learning to grow as an educator and leader.
A strong believer in inclusive practices, Hall brings experience as a Learning Support Teacher. He has facilitated a number of targeted professional learning sessions focusing on emergent literacy, creating diverse and individualized support programs, differentiating curriculum and working with technological modalities that support learners.
“I am excited for the opportunity to continue to serve the staff, students and community, that make up Chinook High School through the role of vice-principal,” said Hall. “It has been a privilege to work alongside a great staff that has a shared focus of supporting students through establishing meaningful connections and relationships, and through an emphasis on personal and professional growth. I look forward to our continued work towards our shared goal of increasing each student’s learning curve, engagement, belonging and achievement at Chinook High School.”
Hall’s experience in Lethbridge School Division includes teaching at G. S. Lakie Middle School, assistant principal and Learning Support Teacher at Westminster Elementary School and Learning Support Teacher at Chinook High School. Hall completed a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education at the University of Lethbridge. He earned is Master of Education in 2015 from the University of Lethbridge.

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