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Nusdeh Yoh Elementary
Rooted in Aboriginal world views, culture, and language
Staff Directory
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‚ÄčBrenda Gwilliam / Jessica Aitchison
Kindergarten/1 - Co-Educator ECE
‚ÄčCheryl Luke
‚ÄčKindergarten/1
‚ÄčJenn ShawK/1 and ELL/Learning Commons
‚ÄčDenon ClarkGrades 1/2
‚Äč‚ÄčBrielle Lalond Grades 2/3
‚ÄčSidney Rud
Grades 2/3
‚ÄčMarianne BrownGrades 3/4
‚ÄčLeon Erickson‚ÄčGrades 4/5
‚Äč‚ÄčJess Nelson
‚ÄčGrades 5/6
‚ÄčDawn Doran‚Äč‚ÄčGrades 6/7
‚ÄčDeborah MuellerPrep Teacher 
‚ÄčCassie Larsen‚ÄčELL Teacher
‚ÄčRachel Giffon
‚ÄčELL Teacher
‚ÄčCathy Wickes‚ÄčELL Teacher
‚ÄčPatricia Kristinsoon
Counsellor 
‚ÄčCelena Spenser
‚ÄčLearning Resources Teacher/SPED
‚ÄčSheila JezierskiLearning Resources Teacher/SPED
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‚ÄčSupport Staff‚ÄčPosition
Alison Thibodeau
‚ÄčCommunity Schools Coordinator 
‚ÄčCrystal Whitehawk
‚ÄčYouth Care Worker
‚ÄčLeslie Pion‚ÄčYouth Care Worker
‚ÄčGodwin Barton‚ÄčIndigenous Education Worker
‚ÄčImani Miller‚ÄčIndigenous Education Worker
‚ÄčTreena Beauchamp‚ÄčIndigenous Education Worker
‚ÄčMarla McRae 
‚ÄčCommunity Schools Coordinator
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‚ÄčEducation Assistants‚ÄčClassroom
‚Äč‚ÄčKatrina Salazar 
‚ÄčK1 
Susan Faye ‚Äč
K1
‚ÄčLeanne Ball 
1/2‚Äč
‚ÄčLouella Charles
2/3
‚ÄčBeth Hargreaves
2/3
‚ÄčJodie Dion
3/4
Harjap Kaur
4/5
‚Äč‚ÄčKate Corcoran‚Äč5/6
Angela Voldeng
6/7
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‚ÄčSchool Staff‚ÄčPosition
‚ÄčLeah Kobylka‚ÄčStrongstart Facilitator
‚ÄčSharon Lilley‚ÄčMeals Program Coordinator
‚ÄčAbby Machielsen
‚ÄčCustodian
‚ÄčCheryl Lisk‚ÄčCustodian
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‚ÄčOffice‚ÄčPosition
‚ÄčBonnie Bowe‚ÄčSecretary
‚Äč‚ÄčHarmen Kailay‚Äč‚ÄčActing Principal
Sonya Rock
‚Äč‚ÄčVice Principal
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Nusdeh Yoh Elementary

2579 Victoria Street, Prince George, BC, V2L 2M3 Phone: (250) 562-7201 |Fax: (250) 562-7970 | We respectfully acknowledge that School District No. 57 resides on the unceded ancestral lands of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nations, McLeod Lake Indian Band and the Simpcw First Nation. It is our honour to walk alongside our indigenous communities in educating our students.