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Department Organizational Chart

Catholic Learning Services functions as one department, with responsibility for progress on our two Strategic Priorities:

  • Living our Faith
  • Promoting Educational Achievement and Innovation.   

The board’s three Superintendents of Education co-chair this department, which encompasses all elementary and secondary schools, K-12 programming, student achievement and wellbeing, parent engagement, student and adult faith development.   Although one department, there are clearly-distinguished responsibilities and supervision lines.

The chart outlines the core responsibilities of the supervisory officers of the department.  This is not an all-inclusive, permanent list:  changes and additional responsibilities will emerge in response to evolving needs in St. Clair and in the province.  The collaborative and responsive flexibility of this department’s leadership model enables and strengthens our ability to respond to our students’ learning, well-being, and faith-development.  Specific supervision of staff is found on the department’s Organizational Chart. 

Lisa Demers
Superintendent of Education
Scott Johnson
Superintendent of Education
Laura Callaghan
Superintendent of Education
  • Co-chair of K-12 Catholic Learning Services department;
  • Co-chair of Catholic Leaders’ meetings,
  • Schools Oversight and Supervision including monitoring and support of improved student achievement of the following schools:
    • Good Shepherd
    • Holy Family
    • Holy Trinity
    • Sacred Heart, Port Lambton
    • Sacred Heart, Sarnia
    • St. Anne, Sarnia
    • St. Elizabeth
    • St. Joseph, Corunna
    • St. Joseph, Tilbury
    • St. Matthew, Sarnia
    • St. Michael, Bright’s Grove
    • St. Michael, Ridgetown
  • Special Education and SEAC;
  • Students’ Mental Health and Well-being;
  • Safe and Inclusive Schools; Equity and Inclusion;
  • Accessibility (students);
  • OECTA Occasional Joint Liaison and negotiations;
  • United Way;
  • Co-Lead:  Board Advisory Council;
  • Sports Council;
  • Science Partnership;
  • Indigenous Education Committee.
  • Co-chair of K-12 Catholic Learning Services department;
  • Co-chair of Catholic Leaders’ meetings;
  • Schools Oversight and Supervision including monitoring and support of improved student achievement of the following schools:
    • St. Patrick’s Catholic High School
    • Ursuline College Chatham
    • Holy Rosary, Wyoming
    • St. John Fisher, Forest
    • St. Peter Canisius, Watford
    • St. Philip, Petrolia
  • Student Success, Secondary Curriculum and program and Outdoor Education;
  • School-level leadership development, including support for emerging and new leaders;
  • Principal Performance Appraisal;
  • K-12 Catholic Enrolment and retention, including Muskoka Woods;
  • Secondary Chaplaincy leaders;
  • Secondary Pathways-development, with emphasis on school-to-work and community partnerships;
  • E-Learning, Step Foward, School within a College;
  • OECTA Secondary Joint Liaison and negotiations.
  • School Year Calendar;
  • MISA;
  • Co-Lead: Board Advisory Council.
  • Co-chair of K-12 Catholic Learning Services department;
  • Co-chair of Catholic Leaders’ meetings;
  • Schools Oversight and Supervision including monitoring and support of improved student achievement of the following schools:
    • Christ the King
    • Georges P. Vanier
    • Gregory A. Hogan
    • Monsignor Uyen
    • Our Lady of Fatima
    • St. Agnes
    • St. Anne, Blenheim
    • St. Joseph, Chatham
    • St. Ursula
    • St. Vincent
  • Elementary program and curriculum, including SEL lead;
  • French and French Immersion;
  • Early Learning;
  • System Chaplaincy leader and CFAC;
  • NTIP and Teacher Performance Appraisal;
  • Lead:  New School Transition Committees;
  • 21st Century Learning;
  • OECTA Elementary Joint Liaison and negotiations;
  • Library Technicians.
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