Catholic Principals Council of Ontario
Compassion: Lead with Heart
Conversations and Keynotes from the 2019 CPCO Conference held in Toronto on November 21-22. The theme for this year's conference, Compassion: Leading with Heart, attracted over 200 Catholic school leaders from across Ontario.

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In this episode, the Support Services Team speaks with Sandra Donaghue, the CPCO President for the 2022-23 school year. Sandra shares her goals and priorities for the upcoming year. She speaks about the issues schools may face in opening and the…

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Part of the work Support Services Advisors offer at CPCO is to participate in investigations when there is an allegation or complaint made regarding one of our Associates. As we navigate the changes in society over time, there is usually a shift or…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team speaks with Emmanuel Adegboyega, a graduate of the Toronto Catholic District School Board who is currently a student/athlete at Simon Fraser University majoring in Criminal Law and Politics. He is also a…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team have an important conversation with Deborah Celemencki from Johnson regarding LTD. The following issues are discussed and explained: definition of LTD, the difference between STLDP and LTD and why you need…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team invite Kate Remiz and Jennifer Harvey (Principals with Durham Catholic District School Board) to join in a conversation about mental health and anxiety. They have been supporting students and staff for many…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team including the CPCO Legal Counsel Irena Brooks, have a fulsome conversation, about the OCT Professional Advisory on Anti-Black Racism. The discussion includes: what an Advisory is, why an Advisory on…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team speaks with Mona Jones, the Early Years Teacher Coordinator for Garden River First Nations. Mona explains the significance of the chosen colour and date of September 30, the new Federal Statutory holiday….

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n this episode, the Support Services Team speaks with Antonella Rubino, our CPCO President for the 2021-22 school year, about the reopening of schools during the fourth COVID-19 wave, as well as other current issues that she has heard from Principals…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team speaks with Blaine MacDougall, our CPCO President for the 2020-21 school year, along with Joe Geiser, our Executive Director, regarding the impact of COVID-19 on school communities and CPCO as an…

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In this episode, the Support Services Team facilitate a conversation with Lavinia Latham, Equity, Human Rights Advisor for the Toronto CDSB and Irena Brooks, Legal Counsel for CPCO. Together, they share their experiences in dealing with the issues…

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Stephen Hurley
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Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

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