Rhonda Phillips is a teacher at Lumsden High School where she has taught since 1989. She received a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education from the University of Regina and an Masters of Science in Science Education from Montana State University. Prior to living in Lumsden she spent six years living at the Duck’s Unlimited Canada’s Cumberland Marshes Project outside of Cumberland House.
Rhonda has been recognized as by a leader among teachers in Saskatchewan having received the 2015 Award of Merit from Saskatchewan Science Teachers Society and the 2014 Award of Excellence from Centre for Expertise in Education for Sustainable Development University of Regina. She was on the writing team for the new Environmental Science 20 curriculum. And she is serving on the implementation team supporting teachers across Saskatchewan in delivering the new course.
Rhonda is a community leader, serving as a town councillor in Lumsden since 2009 and being recognized by the Saskatchewan EcoNetwork as a 2005 Centennial Environmental Champion.
Rhonda and her husband Dave have lived in Lumsden since 1985. They have three adult sons who all live and work in Saskatchewan. She loves the outdoors and enjoys spending time canoeing, hiking and cross country skiing.
Contact Rhonda’s Campaign:
Box 802, Lumsden, SK, S0G 3C0