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Meet Our School Trustees


Ward 1

Vaughn Wadelius

A resident of The Pas since 1946, Vaughn completed elementary and high school in The Pas. A four time graduate of the University of Manitoba, during his teaching career (1962-1999) Vaughn was a KSD principal in four of its schools at all levels (Kindergarten-Adults). He and his wife Rosemarie raised two sons who graduated from MBCI. His granddaughter is an MBCI graduate and two grandsons are KSD high school students. Read more …

Sharain Jones

Prior to relocating to The Pas, MB in 2003, Sharain lived and worked in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, NS and a Master of Arts in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester, England. Read more …

Amy Hopper

Amy was born and raised in The Pas. She attended schools in The Pas but left for two years to attend and graduated in 1998 from Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Wilcox SK. Following graduation she attended Keewatin Community College (now University College of the North) in The Pas and completed the two year Computer Programming Course. Read more …

Trevor Yahnke

Trevor was born and raised in The Pas; educated through the Kelsey School Division from K to Grade 12, and graduated in 1993 from Margaret Barbour Collegiate Institute. In high school, he was enrolled in the technical vocational program Power Mechanics
taught at Keewatin Community College (now University College of the North), which provided, and still provides, a great opportunity for students to gain knowledge in a
valuable trade. Read more …

Ward 2


Ward 3

Jennifer Olynik

Jennifer was born and raised in the Swan River Valley, and graduated at SVRSS. She was enrolled in the vocational program of cosmetology, which allowed her to be a licensed hairdresser upon completing Grade 12. Her vision was to one day use this education working at a funeral home. Read more …