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Tresha Moorhouse appointed Principal at Susa Creek School

Posted on June 16

Northland School Division (NSD) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tresha Moorhouse as Susa Creek School Principal. 

Tresha brings a wealth of experience teaching in a rural community. Before joining the Northland team, she worked in La Loche, Saskatchewan. The community of La Loche is located near Clearwater Dene Nation. 

During her time at Ducharme Elementary School in La Loche, she served as an acting vice-principal, curriculum lead, and resource teacher. 

“The Board congratulates Tresha on becoming the new Principal at Susa Creek School,” said Cathy Wanyandie, Board Chair. “We are pleased to see we have been able to recruit an outstanding leader for the Susa Creek School community. Being able to achieve excellence in leadership is essential to achieving our number one priority which is excellence in learning.”

“Tresha has the leadership qualities we are looking for to support the instructional focus areas in the Northland School Division,” said Cal Johnson, Superintendent of Schools/CEO. “She brings a variety of learning experiences that align with our school division priorities. We are excited to have Tresha as part of the Northland team.”

“I am excited to take on this important leadership position at Susa Creek School,” said Moorhouse. “I feel honoured to serve the Susa Creek community and put in the work necessary to support student success. Developing relationships with families, and the community members, working with staff and exploring the beautiful community are just a few things that I enthusiastically await to experience.”

In addition to her leadership and teaching experience in La Loche, Tresha worked for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador as a Department of Advanced Education Program Coordinator. She also taught in various roles in Jamaica. 

Tresha holds a Master of Education from Memorial University and is currently taking educational psychology courses from Athabasca University. She has also completed the 4 Seasons of Reconciliation Professional Development certification.