Arrowview Elementary School’s future principal is changing after the original hire for the job rescinded their acceptance of the position, according to an SD69 news release. — NEWS File photo

Arrowview’s future principal changes again

Surrey principal rescinds acceptance of position

Arrowview Elementary School won’t be getting a new principal out of SD36 (Surrey) after all.

Ixchel Bradley, who had accepted a principal position at Arrowview school, has since rescinded her acceptance, School District 69 (Qualicum) said in a news release.

Instead, Autumn Taylor, vice principal at Springwood Elementary, will become Arrowview school’s new principal for the next school year.

Replacing Taylor at Springwood Elementary will be Heather MacLeod, who most recently taught at the intermediate level at Wood Elementary School in Port Alberni. She began her educational career at international schools in Scotland and Uganda.

— SD69 (Qualicum) release

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