Toby Boulet appointed vice-principal at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute
Lethbridge School District No. 51 is pleased to announce Toby Boulet has been appointed vice-principal at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, commencing the 2018-19 school year.
Boulet’s career as an educator and his leadership across a breadth of athletic leadership positions is characterized by passion - passion for serving youth, colleagues and his school and broader community. Possessing deep compassion and empathy, Boulet’s insight into the needs of youth and an understanding of their context is actualized through active support.
He has a reputation as a hard-working individual who walks the talk as a servant leader. Never asking for more than he is willing to do, he has the innate ability to mobilize staff and community to support students.
Keys to his success include in-depth knowledge regarding youth and sport, an organizational skill-set that is beyond compare, and a passion for life-long learning. For example, currently serving as an executive member of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association provides Boulet with the opportunity to distribute new knowledge within a provincial context with athletic directors throughout southern Alberta.
Boulet is never hesitant to take a risk and try something new if he believes it will benefit students. He is a “kid’s first” thinker who strongly believes we have the moral imperative in education to be role models of integrity, honesty and care.
“I am thrilled to be the new vice-principal at LCI responsible for athletics,” he said. “I respect and honour the many blessings that life has offered me in the past, however it is time to turn the page and embrace this exciting opportunity to work with and serve all the tremendously talented students, staff and school community at LCI.”
Boulet’s accomplishments and distinctions of merit in leadership across numerous organizations are too numerous to list. Of special note with respect to projects, Boulet was involved in Project House IV and was a member of the City of Lethbridge Football/Soccer/Track Stadium Project committee. He has organized over a dozen International Educational and Sport Tours and served youth in his role of Director with Alberta Sport Development Centre. He has coached a breadth of sports and teams, and was a U of L Pronghorn Hall of Fame Inductee as well as an Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Inductee.
Boulet brings a breadth of teaching and educational leadership experiences to the position. He is currently department chair, teacher and athletic director mentor at Winston Churchill High School, and has taught at Wilson and Allan Watson IOP High School. He served as assistant principal at Gilbert Paterson Middle School and Wilson Middle School.
Boulet completed his Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Lethbridge, majoring in Physical Education, with minors in Physical Science and Social Studies. He earned a Master of Education degree (Leadership and Curriculum) from the University of Lethbridge.
Date posted: March 14, 2018