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Senior Executive Team

Senior Executive Team

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Superintendent of Schools - Greg Luterbach

403-945-4003

Greg has served as RVS’ Superintendent of Schools since 2016 and has a wealth of experience in the public K-12 education sector. Over the span of his career, he has worked for a number of school boards and educational institutions across Canada and has risen through the ranks from teacher to superintendent for two different school divisions. Greg holds a master of education specializing in education technology from the University of Calgary and a bachelor of education degree with a computer science major and physical education minor from the University of Saskatchewan. As chief executive officer of the Board of Trustees and the chief education officer of the school division, Greg reports to the Board and is accountable for the conduct and operation of the division. His responsibilities include student learning and welfare, fiscal responsibility, strategic planning, personnel matters, community relations and policy and procedures (see Board Policy 12 Role of the Superintendent for the details of his specific role).

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Associate Superintendent of Schools - Murray Besenski

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Murray has been RVS’ Associate Superintendent of Schools since 2004. In his long career in public education, he’s worked as a special education teacher, classroom teacher and principal, and has held central office positions in three Saskatchewan school divisions. Murray holds a bachelor of education degree, special education certification, post-graduate diploma and master of education from the University of Saskatchewan. Murray is responsible for principal mentorship and school performance monitoring. His department supports the leadership capacity of school administrators and acts as a liaison with parents.

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Associate Superintendent of Human Resources - Laurie Copeland

403-945-4075

Laurie has served as Associate Superintendent of Human Resources since 2019. She is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources and has a strong knowledge of the ever-changing HR landscape and a proven track-record of building and leading cohesive teams. Laurie holds a bachelor of arts in administrative and commercial studies from the University of Western Ontario, a post-baccalaureate diploma in business and an executive master of business administration from Athabasca University. Laurie and her team provide RVS with a range of services focused on recruiting, retaining and supporting the division’s administration and staff.

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Associate Superintendent of Business and Operations - Mike Guindon

403-945-4005

Mike became RVS' Associate Superintendent of Business and Operations in 2023. He has more than 20 years of experience in public education finances and operations, with a wide variety of skills and expertise within the context of managing complex school divisions. Mike holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Athabasca University and is bilingual in French and English. Mike's departments are responsible for the maintenance, planning, capital needs, transportation and fiscal health of RVS.

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Associate Superintendent of Learning - Lori Meyer

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Lori joined RVS as Associate Superintendent of Learning in 2021, bringing an accomplished career as a teacher, student support teacher, vice principal, principal and registered psychologist to the role. Lori has a doctor of education, specializing in reading and literacy from Capella University and is a registered psychologist from the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists. Lori oversees the learning component of the jurisdiction, including designing experiences, supporting student needs and implementing technology.

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Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.