Have you met Mrs. Resch? She knows all the answers!

Name: Jolene Resch

Where are you from? I was born and raised in Swift Current, but have lived in Caronport for around 20+ years

What is your favorite food? Pizza! Chocolate would be a close second.

Favorite hobby? I love gardening, watching football, Netflix, and games with the fam. (does playing with the cat count as a hobby?...)

How did you end up at BCA? I worked on the college side of Briercrest for several years. When this opportunity came up, I jumped at it. I was excited for the chance to work in a secondary school setting.

What is your role at BCA? I am the office administrator at BCA

How long have you taught/been on staff at BCA? I’ve been in this role for just over a year and a half

What is your favorite memory about your job at BCA? I love watching our BCA athletes compete, especially our football team. Go Cougars!

What do you believe is the most important thing about your job? I love being part of a team that cares for each individual student. It’s important to me that our students know that they are cared for.

How have you seen students' lives changed as they encounter God at BCA? As a parent of BCA students and an employee of BCA, I am so grateful for the school community here. Our smaller class sizes are ideal for creating close relationships. Students are able to be themselves and be open to what God has in store for them.

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Shayla Alexander

Shayla Alexander is an alumna of Briercrest Christian Academy who returned to BCA as a teacher after completing her Bachelors of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. Her high school experience at BCA was marked by caring teachers, life-long friendships, and dorm dance parties. As both a Teacher and interim Recruitment Representative, her goal is to help young people have the same great high school experience she had.