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AMR November 2016

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Highlights from CPCO’s November 2016 AMR

By Stephanie Zakhem

CPCO recently held its latest Assembly of Member Representatives Meeting on November 18 – 19, 2016. For two days, 75 AMRs from across the province gathered to be part of this insightful event.

The AMR kicked off with The Most Reverend William McGrattan, Bishop of Peterborough, CPCO-ACBO liaison, leading those gathered with prayer and blessings. We were also honoured to be joined by Deputy Minister of Education, Mr. Bruce Rodrigues, for a special presentation. In addition, Eric Roher, partner at Borden Ladner Gervais, spoke about Safe Schools at the event.


New Administrator Seminar 2016

new-adminCPCO invites you to attend the New Administrator Seminar

By Stephanie Zakhem

The New Administrator Seminar is just around the corner. CPCO invites you on Tuesday, October 11 and Wednesday, October 12, 2016 to attend this year’s seminar, in preparation for your leadership journey.

This year, a limited number of spaces for this event has become available for newly appointed Principals as well! Registrations are being accepted on a “first come, first served” basis.

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Catholic Education Week 2016

Opening Doors of Mercy

By Andie McHardy-Blaser

Catholic Education Week

Catholic Education week runs from Sunday, May 1, to Friday, May 6, 2016.
The theme for this year is Opening Doors of Mercy.

A special message from CPCO Executive Director Paul Lacalamita:

“Catholic Education Week affords the Catholic School Principal/Vice-Principal a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate the sacred privileges and responsibilities of leadership in a faith community.

“As leaders in Catholic education, humility, openness, compassion, trust in others and a deep sense of service and dedication are but a few of the personal qualities we are called to model. As the gospel of Luke says: ‘The greatest among you should be like the youngest and the one who rules, like the one who serves.’

“Our call as Catholic leaders compels us to spend our time ensuring that the community of learners and practitioners entrusted in our care is rooted in Jesus Christ.”

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