Mother Seton School announced the appointment of a new assistant principal.
Alexis Burns, who has worked for the school for the past year as a special education teacher, will begin a dual roll on July 1 as both assistant principal and special education teacher.
A former student of Mother Seton, Burns said in a statement that she is "enthused" to begin her new position.
“My love for Mother Seton has been life-long and this opportunity allows me to give back even more to the school ... and continue to serve our wonderful students,” Burns said.
During her time as a teacher, Burns helped implement the Orton-Gillingham model to assist students with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia and created a sensory hallway.
Mother Seton Principal Kathleen Kilty said she is grateful that Burns accepted the position.
“I’m excited to work with her... I believe that her dual role of teacher and administrator will help to make Mother Seton School truly a ‘School for All’," Kilty said in a statement.