Audrey KluinZone 5 Director
Audrey began her career as a teacher in 2000 with Peace Wapiti School District and then joined Pembina Hills in 2003 where she served as a teacher and then as the Educational Technology Coordinator and also as a School Principal. In 2013 Audrey moved on to Livingstone Range School Division where she has been a Principal in two school across k-12. While at Livingstone Range, Audrey has been recognized as a key jurisdiction leader in collaboratively introducing a wide range of technology initiatives that have supported all students, schools, and staff across the Division.
Demonstrating her commitment for career long-learning to improve leadership, teaching and learning Audrey possess her Masters of Education from the University of New Brunswick. Currently Ms. Kluin is completing her Human Resource Certification from the University of Calgary Continuing Education.
Ms. Kluin shares the following as she prepares to move into the Director role “I believe that as the workforce continues down a path of innovative change; school divisions must adapt to meet the educational needs of our students. As we see different careers being created in our province, we must support the development of the next generation of entrepreneurs. I am very honored that as a teacher, administrator, and parent, I have had the opportunity to grow as an innovative leader from continuously visiting effective teaching classrooms. Michael Fullan’s states that ‘In order to achieve deep learning schools must inquire deeper into their own practices, explore new ways to motivate their learners, make use of learning styles, introduce multiple intelligences, integrate learning, and teach thinking, and in the process discover the passion and moral purpose that makes teaching exciting and effective.’ I am excited to work with all stakeholders and collaboratively work towards meeting the vision of leading and supporting learning and ensuring Technology Services continues to meet the diverse school and business unit functions required for organizational excellence.”