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Neville appointed vice-principal at Coalbanks Elementary School

Lethbridge School Division is pleased to announce Rochelle Neville has been appointed vice-principal at Coalbanks Elementary School.
Building relationships is one of Neville’s strongest assets. She believes in developing collaborative and respectful relationships with families and providing genuine and authentic opportunities for participation in their child’s educational programming.
Neville is highly regarded for her depth of knowledge and expertise in early learning and elementary pedagogy. She values working collaboratively with staff and building a sense of team among the school community members.
Her experience as a Learning Support Teach and Program Unit Fund Consultant has provided Neville with a rich background in supporting and enhancing inclusive school environments. She also brings a strong understanding of mental health, gained through her experience working with the Canadian Mental Health Association.
She focuses on building trust and respect with students and staff, encourages building on individual strengths and promotes shared leadership within the school community. Humble, unassuming and a strong relator, Neville is a reflective practitioner who continually grows her practice.
"I am honoured to be joining Coalbanks Elementary School in the role of vice-principal,” said Neville. “As a leader, I strive to build meaningful connections and work collaboratively in a commitment to student growth. It is with enthusiasm that I move into this position and I welcome the opportunity to serve the students, families, and staff of the school community."
Neville has rich experience as a Kindergarten teacher and multi-age Grade 1/2 teacher. She has had previous leadership roles as a vice-principal at Park Meadows Elementary School and Lakeview Elementary School. Currently, she is in the position of Program Unit Fund Consultant with Lethbridge School Division.
Neville earned her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education from the University of Lethbridge. She also completed her Masters of Education from the University of Lethbridge with a focus on leadership and professional growth.

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