Staffing Announcements 2019
I would like to take this opportunity to share official news of staff who have been appointed to Heritage College for 2019 and also share appreciation for those who are leaving.
We also, farewell Samuel Ladson, who has only been with us a short time. Samuel has also invested the blood, sweat...perhaps not the tears, but certainly the energy into his short time with us. We wish him well as he begins his journey at our other sister school, Edinburgh College. Thus, we will also see him again too!
We welcome Bianca Maggs into the HPE (Health and Physical Education) department for 2019 to replace Samuel. Bianca is a new graduate from Avondale College who comes with the highest endorsement from Avondale lecturers and referees. She is excited to be a part of the team, has a lot of energy and ideas to bring to the College as well as being passionate about service (including having lead trips to Nepal).
Camilla Christian has been with us for many years and has given of herself through her time, energy and passion for Psychology. Camilla is taking a number of years away from teaching in order to be with her family. We continue to pray for her time to reinvest into her family.
We are excited to welcome Steven Petrou into the Psychology space for 2019. Steven is no stranger to us here of course as he currently teaches Psychology as a replacement for Camilla while she is away this year. Steven will simply continue his role into 2019. We look forward to seeing Steven more next year while he covers a very popular and important subject. (I may be a little bias!).
Finally, as we continue to grow as a school, our Officer Campus (Primary) now requires a new teacher. Our ASV HR department have advertised and are still interviewing potential employees to step into a very important position as Year 5/6 teacher. Please continue to add your prayers to ours for a suitable person to fill this role also.
As we move into the final stretch of the year, our team at ASV will still be busy working on finding the right personnel to fill the various smaller portions of time in the different areas of both the primary and secondary school.
We solicit your prayers for the employment processes still to be completed and thank you for praying for our wonderful staff who are moving on to different fields and those of course who have accepted the call to Heritage College.
Mr Sonny Aiono