Peter Curran, a long-time teacher at Sir John Franklin High School, has been named assistant principal at the school.
He will share the role with Paul Bennett, while Dean MacInnis serves as principal.
“Curran has played a vital role in the success of our students over the past 19 years,” reads a statement Metro Huculak, YK1 superintendent. “The District is confident in his abilities and wishes him the best moving forward in this new position,”
The appointment was made on May 1, but Curran won’t start in his new role until August. He will take over
from Allan McDonald who is retiring this spring.
Originally from Charlottetown, P.E.I, Curran currently serves as the head of the English language arts department and as graduation co-ordinator at the school.
Curran graduated from Sir John in 1994 and then received a bachelor of education from the University of Calgary.