Students at LCBI are instructed by qualified teachers, and all of our teachers are members of, and responsible to, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
Our teachers are fully accredited to deliver their own final examinations, by the Ministry of Education, in the areas of ELA, Math, Chemistry and Biology.
Dean of Campus Life
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Education
BIO: Kari Alford joined the LCBI staff in 2019 as the Dean of Campus Life. She is an LCBI Alumnus and has served as a substitute teacher at LCBI as well as a member of the Board of Directors. She is also the parent of an LCBI student, so has had the opportunity to see the school from a variety of perspectives. As the Dean, Kari is a member of the Administration Team, oversees the Campus Life and Residence Staff and activities, the Food Services department and works in coordination with the Counselling and Chaplaincy teams. She also teaches Christian Ethics and Art classes.
Kari likes to take new ideas and make them happen. She is enjoying directing our new hand bell choir and is excited about the future of our robotics club. She likes to get her hands dirty doing renovation projects, has lead and participated in many canoe trips and enjoys travelling whenever possible.
Campus Life Staff, Coach
Coaches: Lady Bison Soccer, Lady Bison Basketball
BIO: After graduating from LCBI, Bryan went on to complete his interprovincial journeyman carpenter ticket at SIAST. LCBI always had a special place in Bryan’s life and he spent a lot of time volunteering on campus. He felt called to return as a permanent staff member and is excited to build relationships with the students and see what adventures God has in store for the school.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Administration
BIO: Victor grew up on a farm outside of Hazenmore, a small town in SW Saskatchewan. Victor attended university in Regina and upon completion, spent 11 years with the Ministry of Finance of the provincial government. Between Regina and Outlook, he spent a few years working full-time on the family farm back at Hazenmore. He continues to have a limited role in that farm but is happy to be living in Outlook now and working full-time at LCBI. Victor is the proud father of four beautiful children that keep him busy running to various activities, including hockey, dance, and Scouts.
Teaches: Choral, Computer Science, Music, Drama, Christian Ethics, Math
EDUCATION: M.B.N.A (Microcomputer Business Network Analyst) – Red River College
B. Mus/Mus.Ed (Bachelor of Music in Music Education) – University of Saskatchewan
M.Mus (Master of Music in Choral Conducting and Music Education) – University of Saskatchewan
BIO: Graham Codling was born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, and earned a master’s degree from the University of Saskatchewan with a specialization in Choral Conducting and Music Education in 2012. Some of the choirs that Graham has conducted include the University of Saskatchewan University Chorus and the Cecilian Singers community choir in Saskatoon. He currently conducts the LCBI Concert Choir, the LCBI Chamber Choir, the Outlook Men’s Chorus and he plays saxophone in the jazz trio “Froz’n Cod.” Graham has worked as a worship director at various churches in Canada and the United States. Graham also has training in computers and has worked in schools, government, and the corporate world providing computer support, network administration, and technical instruction.
Teaches: History, English, Law, Art
Coaches: Bison Soccer, Lady Bison Soccer, Track and Field
EDUCATION: Rick Delainey earned his BA in history (with a declared double minor in English and Religious Studies) in 1995 while completing his second degree, a Bachelor of Education to teach history at the secondary level, in 1998. He is currently teaching senior level history, law, art, psychology and English. In 2008 Rick received a top ten nomination for the Governor General’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Canadian History; and in 2014, Rick completed training to teach History (High Level) and the Theory of Knowledge for the International Baccalaureate program.
BIO: He has worked in education for over 20 years. He spends his free time participating in Spartan races, cross fit, coaching, building LEGO, reading and writing. He is married and has three free-thinking, compassionate, and considered sons (and one anti-social cat).
Campus Life Staff
BIO: Janet was Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta and is a graduate of Ernest Manning High School. Immediately after graduating Janet became the Department Secretary in the Aeronautical and Mechanical Department at SAIT. Janet has been involved in various Office Management roles over the years, one of which was Office Manager at the Canadian Badlands Passion Play. Prior to moving to Drumheller, Alberta, Janet was part of a group of woman in Regina, Saskatchewan called “Tapestry Ministries” as a facilitator. Janet’s three of five core values are Truth, Discipline and Community. Janet and her husband Wayne have three children (Nissa, Jesse, and Rebekah) two of which are LCBI graduates. Along with being the Alumni Liaison at LCBI, Janet enjoys running, riding, reading and enjoying her four grandchildren.
EDUCATION: Masters of Business Administration
BIO: Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and a graduate of LCBI, Mr. Hove studied Aeronautical Engineering in University which led to work in mechanical engineering and control automation system in both Alberta and Saskatchewan. Wayne has held senior positions in project management and regional management overseeing service operations in Southern Saskatchewan. Previous to LCBI, his most recent role involved managing a small investment fund for entrepreneurs. When discussing his passions, LCBI is repeatedly mentioned as Wayne tribute a great deal of his life skills and faith to attending LCBI.
Wayne and his wife Janet have three children; Nissa, Jesse and Rebekah and four grandchildren.
BIO: I am humbled, honoured and thrilled to be given this opportunity to serve as LCBI’s Admissions Officer. My wife Kristy, daughters Nora (8) and Elly Clara (4) are also excited to make the move from the fjords of western Norway to the riverbanks of the South Saskatchewan in Outlook. As an alumnus (class of 1995), LCBI’s education, sports, faith programs, music and amazing campus community has resonated with me ever since I graduated. I have been involved in volleyball for the past 17 years coaching at all levels; from my daughter’s U9 team up to the Norwegian men’s national team. I am currently working as a volleyball coach at Sunnfjord Folk High School. I feel proud to have the opportunity to represent LCBI again. There have been many jerseys I have worn over the years, but wearing maroon and gold with the cross and the crown gave me the most meaning. The job will be challenging and demanding but I sense there is great vision from the board of regents along with a solid team of staff to help me in the transition. My family and I are looking forward to joining the LCBI family and getting involved in the Outlook community.
Food Services Manager
Andriy (Andy) Prokopchuk
Teaches: Chemistry, Biology, English Language Arts, Wellness
Coaches: Coaches Lady Bison Volleyball
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Education
BIO: When she’s not at LCBI, Mrs. Ridgewell can usually be found on the softball diamond coaching or at the hockey rink cheering on one of her children. Mrs. Ridgewell and her husband, Jody, along with their children, Samantha, Abby, Alexa and Trason, reside on a farm north of Outlook.
Social Media and Athletic Department
Teaches: Phys Ed 9, Math 9, Health 9, Career 9, Wellness 10, Workplace Math 10, Phys Ed 20/30
Coaches: Lady Bison Volleyball, Lady Bison basketball, track and field
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
BIO: Leah graduated from LCBI in 2009. After a few other teaching jobs, she returned to her hometown of Outlook and took on the role of Teacher and Athletic Director. She does her best to fill the shoes of her dad, Cliff Adelman, long-time athletic director and coach. Leah is a Phys Ed specialist but also teaches Grade 9 Math, Science, Health and Career. Her true passion is coaching and she is thankful to have the opportunity to coach basketball, volleyball and track and field at LCBI. Her heart is most full when the gym is also full.
Campus Life Staff Intern
Campus Life Staff