Creighton teacher Fritsch elected to provincial education body

A Creighton teacher has been elected to the executive board of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF).

The STF announced results from its executive elections April 29, including representatives from local and regional teachers’ associations from all over the province. Among the elected members was Kirsten Fritsch, a Creighton School Division teacher and member of the Creighton Teachers’ Association. Fritsch will serve her first term with the organization, one of two new teachers (along with Amy Korver from the Prairie Spirit Teachers’ Association) on the STF’s executive board.

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Joining Fritsch on the board will be Nathan Bromm from the South East Cornerstone Teachers’ Association and Ben Goby from the Regina Public Teachers’ Association, who were both previously on the board and were reelected.

Fritsch and the other elected members will sit on the board for a two-year term. Four other members of the executive board - Neal Boutin, Vincent Mamer, Gwen Paul and Laura Skrumeda Sawby - were elected to the board last year and will be up for reelection again in 2022.

The STF is the professional organization for teachers in publicly funded Saskatchewan schools - the group covers over 13,000 teachers across the province.

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