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County’s Dwayne Inch re-elected as school board chair

Dwayne Inch

Dwayne Inch

Dwayne Inch and Lucille Kyle were re-elected chair and vice-chair of the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board.

Inch expressed appreciation to fellow Board members for placing their trust in him, once again.

“It is an honour to be chosen to lead the board for another year. Serving students through public education is our core business. Our focus is on fulfilling our vision to prepare and empower all students for the possibilities of today and tomorrow,” he said.

Kyle remarked on learning and engaging with students.

“It is incredible to be part of such a vibrant learning organization which is so focused on students. Over the past year I have had a huge learning curve and have appreciated the support from other board members, employees and the community. It is a privilege to serve as vice-chair and, in that role, to continue engaging with the Student Senate,” she said.

Inch was first elected to the board in December 2006 and was acclaimed as a school board trustee in the 2010 and 2014 municipal elections. He was appointed board chair in June 2011, and was re-elected to that role every year since.

Inch represents South Prince Edward County, with the following schools in his electoral area:
· Athol-South Marysburgh Public School
· Pinecrest Memorial Elementary School
· Queen Elizabeth School (Picton)
· Prince Edward Collegiate Institute

Lucille Kyle

Lucille Kyle

Kyle was first elected to the board in the 2010 municipal election and was re-elected in 2014. She was first elected as board vice-chair last year.

Kyle represents North Hastings, with the following schools in her electoral area:
· Bird’s Creek Public School
· Coe Hill School
· Hermon Public School
· Maynooth Public School
· North Hastings High School
· York River Public School

Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board serves approximately 15,000 students at 38 elementary and eight secondary schools.

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  1. Argyle says:

    Problem is alot of ” County ” residents think Belvegas is the center of the universe for everything. Must be their version of going to the big city……and I agree Judy, Mr Inch needs to become more vocal in his support of county schools.

  2. judy kennedy says:

    Congratulations, Mr.Inch, now could you please try to stem the tide of students migrating to Belleville every morning? The wrong headed decision of several years ago to dedicate buses to sending secondary students to schools of their choice in Belleville is killing our local high school.

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