A familiar face is sticking around the Fort McMurray Public School Division to be their Superintendent.
The FMPSD announced on March 16, 2022, that Annalee Nutter is being appointed to the role permanently, after taking on the Acting Superintendent role back in October.
Nutter started her career with the FMPSD in 2002 to teach a combined grade one/two class at Greely Road School. From there she has been a Learning Assistance Coordinator, a Vice Principal, and helped open Walter and Gladys Hill Public School as their Principal in 2014.
Prior to taking on the Acting Superintendent role, Nutter served as the Associate Superintendent, Education & Administration for three years.
“My relationships with FMPSD staff over the last two decades, as well as my current relationships with school leaders brings comfort knowing I will be leading a very talented and student-focused group of staff,” said Superintendent Annalee Nutter.
“I will continue to make Assurance for the system a priority, making sure we are doing what’s best for kids, listening to our stakeholders when it comes to different issues, addressing local context, and building community within our schools and the entire region of Wood Buffalo. I look forward to continuing to build on our successes and setting high standards for our system so that all students can be successful.”
Nutter completed her Bachelors in Education with a double major in Speech Pathology and K-8 Teaching at Minot State University in North Dakota. She completed her Masters in Education through the University of Prince Edward Island.