UPDATED: SD51 board chair Rezansoff elected as president of BCSTA

School District 51 board chair Teresa Rezansoff has been elected as president of the B.C. School Trustees Association.

School District 51 board chair Teresa Rezansoff was elected by acclamation as president of the B.C. School Trustees Association.

Editor’s note: Quote from Teresa Rezansoff added.

School District 51 (SD51) board chair Teresa Rezansoff has been elected as president of the B.C. School Trustees Association (BCSTA).

According to SD51, Rezansoff was elected by acclamation on April 25.

“I am looking forward to advocating for the directions set by BCSTA’s 60 member boards of education and using our collective influence to promote action on behalf of public education and the students of British Columbia,” Rezansoff told the Gazette.

She has been an SD51 trustee since 1999.

 

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