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New principal commences at Clarence Valley Anglican School

COVID-19 restrictions will not prevent a warm welcome for Mrs Karin Lisle (pictured), as she commences in her role as Principal of Clarence Valley Anglican School on Monday, 1 June.

There can be no gathering of the School community in Grafton’s historic Christ Church Cathedral to mark the occasion but the Bishop of Grafton and the Dean of Grafton Cathedral will both be on hand to welcome Mrs Lisle to the School and lead prayers for God’s blessing on her leadership.

Student leaders and senior staff will join the welcome celebrations, which will also be recorded for viewing across both campuses of CVAS.

Karin’s expertise and experience from her various roles over 20 years at Bishop Druitt College and prior to that, at New England Girls’ School in Armidale, places the School in a good position to move forward. Karin’s leadership will include further developing the existing partnership between Clarence Valley Anglican School and Bishop Druitt College in providing independent Anglican education to families across the mid-North Coast.

School Council, staff and students wish Karin the very best in her new role.