Lise St-Éloi Appointed Co-ordinator of French-Language Services
February 07 2005
February 7, 2005 (Toronto) Doug Wilson, Registrar of the
Ontario College of Teachers, and Lise Bourgeois, Director of Education for
Conseil des écoles catholique du Centre-Est de l’Ontario (CECLFCE),
are pleased to announce the appointment of Lise St-Éloi to the position
of French-Language Services Co-ordinator for the College effective September
In this capacity, Ms St-Éloi will assume overall responsibility for
French-language services as well as external relations, finance and budget
development for the College.
Ms St-Éloi comes to the College of Teachers with over 30 years of experience
in both French and English Catholic education, most recently as Superintendent
of Education for French-language Catholic schools in Eastern Ontario.
Her education includes a Masters of Education degree from the University of
Ottawa and a Program of Professional Education from Laurentian University in
Between 1985 and 2001, Ms St-Éloi held the roles of Vice-Principal
and Principal of Schools and Co-ordinator of Modern Languages with the Ottawa-Carleton
Catholic District School Board.
In her new role, Ms St-Éloi will work with the College Council and
staff to further enhance the range of services available to the francophone
Established in July 1996, the Ontario College of Teachers is Canada's largest
self-regulating body. The College has responsibility to license, govern and
regulate Ontario's teaching profession.
Known for its leadership in French-language education, the CECLFCE maintains
its long tradition of innovation and diversity in the choices offered to its
17,000 students in 37 primary schools, six intermediate pavillions and eight
high schools. The CECLFCE is the largest French-language Catholic school network