CSPNE announces Principals for 2022-2023 School Year

Northeastern Ontario - The Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l'Ontario (CSPNE) is proud to announce the principals and vice-principals for each of the elementary and secondary schools in its territory.

Here is the list, by community, for the upcoming school year.

Hearst
École publique Passeport Jeunesse, Kindergarten to Grade 12
Principal: Isabelle Boucher
Vice-Principal: Shana Verrier

Kapuskasing
École publique Le Cœur du Nord, Kindergarten to Grade 8
Principal: Patrick La Salle
Vice-Principal : Andrea Bertrand-Gendron

École secondaire publique Écho du Nord, Grades 9 to 12
CANO Kapuskasing
Principal: Yanik Boudreau

Iroquois Falls 
École publique Étoile du Nord, Kindergarten to Grade 8
Principal: Chantal Tremblay

École secondaire publique L'Alliance, Grades 9 to 12
Principal: Roch Mageau

Timmins
École publique Lionel-Gauthier, Kindergarten to Grade 6
Principal: Nancy Séguin 
Vice-Principal: Natalie Lévesque

École publique Renaissance, Grades 7 to 12 
Principal: Chantal MacIvor
Vice-Principal: Chantal Goold

Temiskaming Shores
École publique des Navigateurs, Kindergarten to Grade 8
Principal: Jasmine Lamothe-Thornton


Sturgeon Falls
École publique Jeunesse Active, Kindergarten to Grade 8
Principal: Christian Lévesque
Vice-Principal: Ashli Lewis

École secondaire publique Nipissing Ouest, Grades 9 to 12
Principal: Suzanne Hevey

North Bay 
École publique Héritage, Kindergarten to Grade 6
Principal: Angelle Martel-Davies
Vice-Principal: Pauline Lacroix

École secondaire publique Odyssée, Grades 7 to 12
Principal: Mathieu Perron

Parry Sound
École publique aux Quatre-Vents, Kindergarten to Grade 10
Principal: Joanne Héroux Farrow

Principals are supported by the CSPNE's team of service leaders.

Director/School Effectiveness Leader: Joel McLean
Director of Student Services: Valérie Demers-Romaniuk
Director of Social Services: Julie Cull

A Director/Accountability Leader position is to be filled in the coming weeks.

The principals and vice-principals of the schools and the Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l'Ontario are committed to helping each student succeed throughout his or her stay in a French-Language public school.  Happy school year to all CSPNE students and staff!

In accordance with universal values, the CSPNE covers an area of 46,453 km2 and provides the communities of Hearst, Kapuskasing, Iroquois Falls, Timmins, Temiskaming Shores, Sturgeon Falls, North Bay and Parry Sound with quality French-language education. Close to 2,100 northeastern Ontario students have chosen French-language public schools.

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Source :
Guylaine Scherer, Director of Communications
guylaine.scherer [a] cspne.ca | 888-591-5656 ext. 25263

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