Jason Rogers is currently the Headmaster of Rundle College in Calgary, Alberta.
Prior to taking on the headship at Rundle College, Jason has served as classroom teacher, director of admissions, assistant principal and principal within the Rundle College community. Prior to moving to Calgary, Jason’s initial teaching experience was at an inner city school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Jason has a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Calgary and recently received his diploma in Independent School Leadership from Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS).
Jason has a deep passion and empathy for students who learn differently and as result has employed design thinking to create innovative learning environments for the most divergent of learners. He has published articles on topics such as universal design for learning, creative study skills and the art of public speaking among other topics.
Outside of school, Jason has a love of family, travel, writing and the outdoors. In spite of growing up in Saskatchewan and cheering for the Roughriders his whole life, Jason and his wife have now made Calgary home.
Arun Lakra has three jobs. Writer. Doctor. Dad. He had hoped one of them would be easy. Arun has written an award-winning stage play called Sequence, a song to protest the demotion of Pluto, a book on laser eye surgery, a viral youtube video called Hey There Iginla, and his share of illegible prescriptions. Arun divides his work week between his creative endeavors and his ophthalmology practice.
Dr. Cherkowski is a mathematics education learning activist and researcher. She believes that all kids can be and must be mathematically literate citizens in order to reap the rewards and overcome the challenges of our rapidly changing, data-rich, technologically-advanced world. Dr. Cherkowski conducts research on the neuroscience of learning mathematics inside the complexities of today’s classrooms to advance her goal of ensuring ALL students are mathematically literate.
Hardcore Gamer, Brony, Dunker of Basketballs and Hockey goalie extraordinaire, Miles spends much of his time figuring out how to change the world one flash animation at a time. He is currently in Grade 8.
Jon-Jacob van Oosterwyk Bruyn
When he is not greeting every person who enters our school on a daily basis, JJ can be found outside enjoying nature, celebrating his heritage, and helping Mr. Moodie keep this building functioning. He is currently in grade 12.