King George Secondary School - Former Staff

Former Staff

  • Lee Rachar - Information Technology Department Head/Teacher (2008-2011), Teacher (-2011)
  • Damian Wilmann — Vice Principal (2009–2012), Teacher (2004–2009)
    • Recipient of 2008 Premier's Awards for Teaching Excellence in Community Engagement from His Honour the Honourable Steven Point and The Honourable Gordon Campbell
  • Linda Jones — Principal (2000–2002)
    • Former West Vancouver School Board Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Education and Instructional Support
  • Brian Kerr - Information Technology Department Head/Teacher (1988-2007)
    • Recipient of Prime Minister Awards for Teaching Excellence - Certificate of Achievement from The Right Honourable Jean Chrétien in 2000.

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