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Griffin Contini Named PEAKS Campus Facilitator

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Livingstone Range School Division is pleased to announce that Griffin Contini has been named PEAKS Campus Facilitator. In this role, Griffin will work with community partners to build one-of-a-kind programs at PEAKS Campus. Already, students have opportunities for environmental field science including dual high-school and post-secondary credit courses with Lethbridge College, and unique curricular-connected learning activities at PEAKS. In his new role, Griffin will work with LRSD’s Place-Based Education Supervisors in the Division’s ongoing pursuit of exceptional student experiences and education.

Griffin holds Bachelor of Kinesiology and Bachelor of Education degrees from the University of Lethbridge. A certified teacher, he also has volunteered as a mountain safety operations ski patrol team member at Castle Mountain; has experience in forestry reforestation, survey, and wildfire fighting; and is a certified tandem canoe lake instructor.

“We are very excited to add Griffin to the team here at PEAKS Campus,” says Chad Kuzyk, Associate Superintendent of Curriculum and Innovation. “His experiences and expertise in place-based education are invaluable and we are very fortunate to have Griffin work with our staff and students.”

Griffin looks forward to working with students in place-based education. “I am so excited to provide LRSD students the resources and tools to experience the Rocky Mountains and Foothills of Treaty 7 Territory outside of their traditional classroom,” says Griffin. “PEAKS Campus is an opportunity for us to immerse ourselves in our community to learn about the unique people, places, and ecosystems that enrich it.”

A very active person, you can typically find Griffin in the outdoors camping, mountain biking, hiking, climbing, canoeing, and skiing. When he’s not doing that, he enjoys woodworking and carving soapstone sculptures.

Congratulations to Griffin on his new role!

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