Jordan Rhodes is named new Gus Wetter Principal

Jordan Rhodes is named new Gus Wetter Principal
Posted on 04/14/2022
Jordan Rhodes is named new Gus Wetter Principal

Clearview welcomes Jordan Rhodes as new Gus Wetter School Principal

Clearview Public Schools  is pleased to announce that Jordan Rhodes will be Gus Wetter’s Principal starting in the 2022-23 school year. Rhodes comes to Clearview from Foothills School Division, where he has been most recently serving as Principal of Westmount School in Okotoks.

“We are excited to have Jordan joining our Clearview team,” says Brenda MacDonald, Clearview Superintendent.  “Jordan will be an amazing fit for our Clearview culture, and in Gus Wetter School. He brings significant years of experience as a school administrator, and a commitment to rural education. We are impressed with that, as well as his focus on relationships. Also, it is great that he wants to be in Clearview! Welcome to the Clearview family, Jordan!”

Rhodes has been an educator for 16 years, of which 12 years have been as a school-based administrator. Rhodes was a teacher at a grade 9 to 12 school, a high school Vice Principal for eight years, and has spent four years as Principal at Westmount School, a kindergarten to grade nine school located in Okotoks. Rhodes has family in the Clearview area.

“My wife and I have a young family and we are looking to put down roots close to our extended family,” says Jordan Rhodes. “We are excited to be coming to Central Alberta and to a smaller community than we’ve been living in. We are anticipating the opportunity to make meaningful connections and to be a part of a strong community.”
Rhodes says, “I am excited to be coming to Gus Wetter School. The school is doing amazing work and has a strong reputation. I am looking forward to learning more about the culture and what is working well, and working with the Gus Wetter team to ensure the school continues its strong support of students.”

“What I love most about education is the opportunity to develop positive connections within a staff group and especially with students,” says Rhodes. “I value the opportunity to work with staff to create an inclusive, student focused learning environment.”