The New Westminster school district is once again on the hunt for a new secretary-treasurer.
Kim Morris, who started the job in July 2018, is leaving for School District 61 in Victoria, according to a tweet from school board chair Mark Gifford.
“Thank you @KimKMorrisfor your outstanding work as Secretary Treasurer @newwestschools- you’ve helped set us on a great path in #NewWest. Congrats to #Victoriaand @sd61schools- you’re going to love her! #bced#yeswerehiring”
Thank you @KimKMorris for your outstanding work as Secretary Treasurer @newwestschools - you’ve helped set us on a great path in #NewWest. Congrats to #Victoria and @sd61schools - you’re going to love her! #bced #yeswerehiring— Mark Gifford (@contactgifford) July 19, 2019
Morris has 12 years of experience as a secretary-treasurer for school districts in Northern B.C. and the Interior, including Kootenay Lake, Kootenay-Columbia and Prince Rupert.
“This is the most heartbreaking news,” tweeted trustee Gurveen Dhaliwal. “Will miss @KimKMorrisso much!! Can’t appreciate enough having her as the sec-tres in my first year and the amount of work she put with the board and community with our budget, I’ve learned a lot. Victoria is very lucky!!”