Director of Education/CEO:
Dr. Guy G. Tétrault
Dr. Guy G. Tétrault holds Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary, a Masters of Education from the University of Saskatchewan and a Doctor of Education from the University of Toronto.
Dr. Tétrault is a leader in Canada in the field of developing distance and online education. He has been recognized nationally for facilitating and encouraging innovative teaching. Some of his notable achievements have included being responsible for developing Canada’s first cyber school in 1995 in Alberta and being a founding member of the Alberta Online Consortium in 1997. Since 2014, he has been a board member of C21-Canadians for 21st Century Learning and Innovation.
Dr. Tétrault is a recipient of the Canadian Education Association (Now called EDCan) “Innovation that sticks” Award for his work in moving Sun West towards blended learning and in 2015 came in second in the Readers’ Digest competition for school system reform. In 2019, he was invited to become a member of EDUsummIT: The International Summit on Information and Communications Technology in Education.
Superintendent of Technology:
Darren Gasper holds a Bachelor of Education and a Masters of Communications and Technology. He started his career in Grande Prairie, Alberta where he taught Mechanics, Electronics and Welding for four years. From there he went to Kenaston School where he taught Physical Education and Practical and Applied Arts. He became principal of Kenaston School in 2007 and then a Superintendent for the Sun West School Division. Mr. Gasper played an instrumental in the development of the Sun West Distance Learning Centre, which provides online courses that are delivered across Sun West and the rest of Saskatchewan.
Superintendent of Operations:
Shari Martin holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from San Diego State University. Prior to becoming a Superintendent, Shari held positions as a classroom teacher, teacher librarian, resource-based learning/curriculum consultant and principal of a Kindergarten-Grade 6 and a Kindergarten-Grade 12 school. Shari has presented at a number of conferences and has served on several provincial advisory committees including chairing and organizing the 2014 League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents (LEADS) Summer Short Course. She served as LEADS representative on the Congress on Rural Education Planning Committee from 2012 to 2014 and on the LEADS Professional Development Committee from 2014 to 2017. Ms. Martin is currently the LEADS executive member for Zone 6 and LEADS representative on the following committees: Ministry of Education Social Sciences Advisory Committee, LEADS Resolution Committee, and University of Regina Joint Field Experience.
Superintendent of Operations:
Vicki Moore holds a Bachelor of Education and a Masters of Education in Educational Administration from the University of Saskatchewan. Prior to becoming a Superintendent with Sun West, Ms. Moore was classroom teacher at North West Central School and Rosetown Central High School, the Vice-Principal at Harris-Tessier Central School and Biggar Central School 2000 as well as Principal of Elrose Composite School.
Superintendent of Learning:
Kelli Boklaschuk holds a Bachelor of French Education from the University of Regina, a Masters of Educational Communication and Technology from the University of Saskatchewan and a Graduate Diploma of Educational Leadership from the University of Calgary. Prior to coming to work for Sun West, Ms. Boklaschuk worked for the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division for 15 years and the Brandon School Division for four years.Among the areas where she worked included: French immersion, educational technology, online learning, learning resources, communications, First Nations and Métis education and personalized learning. Ms Boklaschuk came to Sun West as Personalized electronically Blended Learning Supervisor and became a Sun West Superintendent in 2019.
Superintendent of Student Support Services: Carole Butcher