Office: 514-595-2050

Office Hours are from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Wusua Mitchell
Principal
Sec. V, Phoenix

 

Krysta Jemczyk
Vice Principal
Secondary III & IV, Semi-skilled, CFER

 

LCCHS

LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School

 

 

 

Governing Board

 

Meeting Dates 2022-2023

 

Meetings are open to the Public. Please email: lcchs@lbpearson.ca for more information on how you can attend as a guest.

The governing board is composed of an equal number of staff and parent representatives. In high schools, two student representatives are included in its composition; all are voting members. Two non-voting community representatives are appointed by the voting members. The principal takes part in the meetings but is not entitled to vote.

The total number of seats for school staff must equal the number of seats for parents. If the General Assembly of Parents fails to elect the required number of parent representatives, a governing board cannot be formed and all powers and responsibilities of the governing board revert to the principal.

 

Governing Board Members 2021-2022

Parent Representatives

Staff Representatives

Deidre Beroog Karine Baillargeon
Laura Ciccone Julie Canty-Homier
Debra Davis Susan Cleveland
Jennifer Jerome
Alternate Parents' Committee Rep
Meghan Hughes
Diana Keener
Chair
Cynthia Mcculloch
Chung Man Ho (Janette)
Parents' Committee Rep
Marie-Pier Michaud
Sharon Moroz Cynthia Shyngera
Patrizia Sposato
Secretary
Marcello Sicoli

Student Representatives

Community Representatives

Kyrieeleison Neill-Jensen Bob MacKinnon
Desean Pryce-Lalla Roland Shubert
Angelina Wilson  
   

Wusua Mitchell
Principal
Ex-officio

 

Parent Alternates

Staff Alternates

Steven Chan
Karen Macdonald
 

Invited:

Lori Morrison
Commissioner

 

Minutes

 

2021-2022

 
Draft

December 14, 2021

 

September 28, 2021

 

 

 

Governing Board Functions and Responsibilities

The Governing Board is an important way to participate in the decision-making consultative process for the school and the students.

  • The Governing Board in collaboration with all parties concerned, adopts, implements and evaluates the school's Educational Project. The Educational Project must comply with the province-wide framework defined by the Education Act, the basic school regulations and Quebec Education Program of Studies.

  • The Governing Board approves the proposals of the principal for the implementation of the basic school regulations, program of studies, student services and student supervision policy.

  • The Governing Board advises the school board on matters that are likely to facilitate the operation of the school and improve the organization of service provided by the Governing Board.

  • The Governing Board shall seek the collaboration of persons having an interest in the school.

  • The Governing Board shall encourage the communication of information dialogue and concerted action among students, parents, the principal, teachers and other staff members and community representatives.

  • Any decision by the governing board is made in the best interests of the students. 


 

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