The Catholic Education Centre (CEC) is located at 420 Creek St. Wallaceburg ON N8A 4C4, at the heart of the school district. Open year round, general operating hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (alternative hours during Christmas Break, March and summer). To contact staff working from this location, call 519-627-6762 or 1-866-336-6139 and use the staff directory as prompted.

Click the following links for contact information for our Trustees or Executive Council.

For contact information regarding our schools, refer to Our Schools.


  • Helpdesk Phone: 1-866-336-6139 ext. 10411 (Monitored weekdays 8 a.m. through 4:00 p.m.)

When parents/guardians have a concern or suggestion, it is expected that they will speak directly to the person with whom the issue has arisen – for example, the staff member or principal. If the matter is not resolved, they should proceed to the next level in the supervisory chain of responsibility.

Step One – speak to the staff member;

Step Two – speak to the Principal;

Step Three – speak to the Superintendent of Education.

It is expected that most matters will be resolved before they reach the Superintendent.

All concerns from parents must be addressed in a civil and respectful manner.  Profane or aggressive language, in phone calls, emails, texts or any other method of communication, will not be tolerated and will result in the communication being terminated.

The Role of the Principal – The principal will involve the staff member in any discussions with the parent. The principal may request that concerns be put in writing and may involve others in the process, who may be helpful in resolving the concern.

The Role of the School Council – The school council is not a forum to discuss parent-teacher-student issues. If these matters are brought to any school council member, or any school council meeting, the concern is to be referred immediately to the principal, who will ensure the proper process is followed.

All other school-related concerns and suggestions, which do not involve a staff member, should be directed to the school principal. Concerns which arrive anonymously cannot be investigated sufficiently; therefore, anonymous complaints or concerns will not be addressed.

Effective use of these communication guidelines will result in the fair and timely resolution of concerns.