School district appoints new secretary treasurer and assistant superintendent

The Chilliwack school district has made it official.

  • Feb. 24, 2011 5:00 a.m.

The Chilliwack school district has made it official.On Thursday a press release announced the appointments of Maureen Carradice to secretary treasurer and Rohan Arul-Pragasam to assistant superintendent.Both had been acting in those positions for several months after they were vacated in November and December respectively.Carradice was previously director of human resources with Chilliwack school district and has a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters of Education in Leadership.The official appointment was made just as the district starts working on the school budget for next year.Arul-Pragasam joins Ruth Wiebe as assistant superintendent.He came to the school district in 2004 and was principal of Vedder middle and Rosedale middle.He has a Bachelor of Science degree, a Bachelor of Education degree and a Masters of Education in Educational Administration and Leadership.Arul-Pragasam also has expertise in information technology and communications, and will continue to guide the district’s work in these areas of the Board of Education’s strategic plan.

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