Elk Island Public School's (EIPS) Board of Trustees has selected a new board chair and vice-chair.
 
Trina Boymook has been re-elected as board chair for a fifth term and Heather Wall has been elected vice-chair.
 
“It has been my privilege to serve on the board for the past five years,” said Boymook. “I look forward to working with my fellow EIPS trustees."
 
The board chair and vice-chair provide leadership to the Board of Trustees, which represents the community.
 
"The board chair is the public face of EIPS board of trustees," said Laura McNabb, Elk Island Public Schools communications director. "She runs the board meetings, leads discussions with stake holders, municipal and provincial representatives and advocates on behalf of EIPS."
 
The EIPS Board of Trustees represents over 17,000 students and their families in the region.

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