CAP celebrates Distinguished Vice-Principal of the Year, Steven Wynne

This year’s recipient, Steven Wynne, has been Vice Principal at Charlottetown Rural High School in Prince Edward Island for 12 years. Steven believes that a school leader’s purpose is to create a climate that allows staff to thrive in a school where they feel valued. This, in turn, allows students to be at their best. Steven works towards creating a caring environment with high standards where, students, staff, parents and community partners focus on success.

CAP affiliate from across Canada congratulate Steven for his commitment to Canadian public education!

Steven Wynne, Vice Principal at Charlottetown Rural High School receives a commemorative ring from Sean Kelly of Jostens

CAP’s distinguished vice principal of the year Steven Wynne is congratulated by PEIASA representative, Donald Mulligan

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