Dubbo College is set to welcome a new executive principal, Charles Gauci in term four.
Mr Charles Gauci started his teaching career at Delroy campus and has held a number of regional and rural positions including former deputy principal roles at Dubbo College and principal at Cowra High School.
"Being able to share my experiences and insights as a school leader in Dubbo, a city with which I have deep connections that stretch back to my first years of teaching, will be a rewarding experience," Mr Gauci said.
Mr Gauci describes the role of executive principal as an exceptional opportunity.
"I am looking forward to working closely with outstanding colleague principals, school staff and partner primary schools in continuing the ongoing positive trajectory of education in Dubbo."
Mr Gauci will work with the leadership team, teachers and school staff to build on the strengths of the college.
"There exists in Dubbo College an obvious economy of scale that provides opportunity for tremendous innovation." he said.
"I plan to build on the diverse experiences and knowledge of the leadership teams from across the entire college to drive ongoing growth in student outcomes.
"Combined with a college culture of cooperation and shared vision we can build on what is currently happening to broaden the experiences and horizons of our students in ways that would not be achievable in three standalone schools."
Educational Leadership Director, Adelia Fuller said she is pleased with the appointment and anticipates a strong constructive working relationship with Mr Gauci.
"Charles brings a wealth of experience in leadership and collaboration," She said.
Mr Gauci will spend term four working with current Dubbo College executive principal Andrew Jones to ensure a smooth and comprehensive transition into the role.
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