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BIBS Introduces New Management Team

September, 2012
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bibs-new-teamBeanstalk International Bilingual School (BIBS) is pleased to introduce its senior management team for the new academic year. The new team, a mix of familiar faces and newly appointed colleagues, will be working together to manage the steadily growing school.

Mike Weeks has moved from his position as Principal of the primary school up to be the Deputy Director of BIBS, with responsibilities across all four campuses. Mr. Weeks has been at Beanstalk for over eight years. He has enjoyed a long and successful education career as a teacher, principal and district principal in his home country – Canada – before starting to work internationally.

Kurtis Peterson has joined BIBS as the new Primary School Principal. Originally from Canada, this is Peterson’s first time in China. He has an education career of 14 years, including the last seven years at an international school in Uganda.

Roger Fisher, the former principal at Beanstalk from 2007 to 2010, has now returned to BIBS to become Director of Curriculum. Roger has been involved in education for over 30 years.

Nancy Sanderson Swartz is the new Beanstalk Middle/Senior School Principal. She is another Canadian educator and she comes with a wealth of International Baccalaureate experience. She has spent the last two-and-a-half years in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, where she helped set up a new IB World School. Before that she worked in Norway, India and Canada.

The team is very excited about the school year at Beanstalk and their focus is on continually improving the school for the benefit of the students and their parents.

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