Carlie Ramotowski appointed vice-principal at Fleetwood-Bawden Elementary School

Lethbridge School District No. 51 is pleased to announce Carlie Ramotowski has been appointed vice-principal at Fleetwood-Bawden Elementary School, commencing the 2018-19 school year.

Ramotowski is passionate about fostering a strength-based school community that thrives on inclusion, innovation and collaboration, where the development of the whole child is nurtured. Her work as an educator is imbued with energy and enthusiasm with an unwavering focus on creating and maintaining positive relationships.

Ramotowski possesses the knowledge and attributes of an administrator who will be a strong instructional leader. She has always been active on the school PD committee because she is passionate about promoting and implementing best practices emerging from research, trying new resources and implementing initiatives from Alberta Education.

Ramotowski is known for her use of innovative practices to promote optimal learning environments that are evidence informed and grounded in a strong understanding of pedagogy,

“I am honoured to have the opportunity to serve the staff, students and community of Fleetwood-Bawden in the role of vice=principal,” she said. “It is a privilege to continue working with such a talented and dedicated staff who truly follow Fleetwood’s motto of ‘Making a Difference’ in the lives of children each day. I believe in recognizing and supporting strengths in staff and students and look forward to collaborating with staff to continue the work of cultivating inclusive learning environments that promote innovation, critical thinking and creativity. ”

Ramotowski is currently the Learning Support Teacher at Fleetwood-Bawden Elementary School. Her background includes 14 years as a dynamic elementary educator, where she has served in a variety of roles and capacities including Learning Support Teacher, AISI Lead Teacher, Technology Committee Chair and Professional Development Chair.

She completed her Bachelor of Education at the University of Alberta. She earned her Master of Education with a focus on Leadership and School Improvement at the University of Alberta. As well, Ramotowski complete her Master of Counselling degree with Gonzaga University.

Date posted: July 11, 2018