A former principal of Yorkton’s Sacred Heart High School who admitted to six counts of professional misconduct, can apply to get his teaching certificate back next year.
The guilty pleas from 56-year-old Trent Senger included falsifying a student’s transcript, not holding the required number of fire drills, and belittling colleagues and school community members.
The Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board Discipline Committee has ruled he can re-apply for his certificate no earlier than May 24th, 2018.
However, Senger must first complete two courses in the area of principal/leadership skills, ethics, education law, or sensitivity training.
He must also pay 5-thousand dollars in costs for the investigation and hearing.