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Familiar face returns to new role in Glendon

Although she is no stranger to the Glendon community after 26 years with Northern Lights Public Schools, Larissa Langevin will take on the role of assistant principal of Glendon School for the 2022-23 academic year.
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Larissa Langevin will serve Glendon School as the assistant principal for the upcoming 2022-23 school year. Photo courtesy of Northern Lights Public Schools.

GLENDON – Committed to the community of Glendon, Larissa Langevin has been appointed to the role of assistant principal of Glendon School for the 2022-23 school year. 

Langevin has worked at Glendon School for 26 years. During her time with Northern Lights Public Schools (NLPS), she has served in a variety of roles, from principal for a year, assistant principal for five years, and Student Services Team Coordinator for 10 years. 

Throughout her career, Langevin has also worked at the division level as a Special Education Consultant and a Literacy Coordinator for Common Assessments. 

“Larissa is an experienced administrator with a deep understanding of the importance of working with stakeholders to strengthen educational opportunities for students,” said NLPS Superintendent Rick Cusson, in a media release. 

“She has demonstrated success in supporting students and staff in the classroom to create engaging learning experiences and ensures all students have opportunities to excel.” 

Looking to the year ahead Langevin said, “I will strive to give my best every day towards a hope-filled 2022-2023, and I look forward to supporting our staff and students in achieving their best. Together we can celebrate what makes Glendon School great and explore ways to continue to grow and provide unique learning experiences for each of our students.” 

She continued, “I am confident that through our ongoing work together, we can create incredible opportunities for our school community to thrive."