SD 57 Superintendent Resigning
Prince George, B.C.- School DIstrt 57 Superintendent Brian Pepper has tendered his resignation.
(at right, image of Brian Pepper courtesy School District 57)
In a letter to the Chair of the Board, Pepper says he has decided to step down from this post “For reasons connected to health and opportunity”.
In his letter, Pepper offers praise to “My teachers, support staff and administrative colleagues, worked in unison providing a productive, collegial environment focused on quality curricular and extra-curricular opportunities for students. District support staff worked tirelessly to maintain facilities and support school staff delivering service to students I am honoured to have worked with such ‘kid centred’ teams.”
Board Vice Chair, Tim Bennett says the resignation does not come as a complete shock “We have been in discussion with the Superintendent over his health and other opportunities.”
Pepper closed his letter saying “There is no greater privilege than to be allowed to not only touch the future, but shape it. Thank you for providing me with the opportunity to serve others.”
It is signed, ” Brian Pepper, Learner”
His final day with the School District will be December 31st.