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By Donna Schulz
- Jim Epp, long-time principal of Rosthern Junior College (RJC), will retire at the end of June. Epp has taught for 32 years, all of them at RJC. He served as vice-principal for 12 years, and as principal for the last six. Epp, who holds a bachelor of theology degree from Canadian Mennonite Bible College (a founding college of Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg), and bachelor of arts and bachelor of education degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, says he plans to enjoy some “sabbath rest” in the coming months. Having recently welcomed his first grandchild, he says he also plans “to become an expert in early childhood education.”
- Ryan Wood will replace Epp as principal, effective July 1. Wood, who holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Saskatchewan, has taught at RJC for 15 years and has served as vice-principal for the past five.