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The ALCDSB Acclaims Executive Team and Welcomes New Trustees at their Inaugural Meeting

November 23, 2022

​A new Chair, Vice-Chair and Chair of the Finance and Operations Committee have been acclaimed at the ALCDSB's Inaugural Meeting of the Board held on November 22, 2022. The Board of Trustees has acclaimed Terry Shea, as Chair of the Board, Brian Evoy as Vice-Chair of the Board and Tom Dall as Chair of the Finance and Operations Committee. 
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Back Row, left-right: Anthea Murrell, Shawn Murphy, Kathy Turkington, Peter McEnery, Wendy Proctor, Jacqueline Fernandes 
Front, seated: Tom Dall, Brian Evoy, Joanne Belanger, Terry Shea 

Terry Shea says he is honoured to assume the role of Chair of the Board for the ALCDSB again. Trustee Shea served the Board as Chair previously in his 25 years of service as Board Trustee. 

"The ALCDSB has established a high standard of performance and high expectations for our students, as Trustees it’s our job to be a link to the communities we serve and a sounding Board for administration through committees and Board activities.” Chair Shea said in his Inaugural Address to the Board. “The work starts now, and I am grateful for your commitment to Catholic education." 
To read the Chair's Inaugural Address of the Board click here. 

In addition, the ALCDSB have welcomed four new Trustees: 

Joanne Belanger, Trustee for Quinte West 
Anthea Murrell, Trustee for Belleville, Tyendinaga, Deseronto 
Jacqueline Fernandes, Trustee for Prince Edward County, Greater Napanee, Loyalist Township, Stone Mills, Addington Highlands 
Shawn Murphy, Trustee for Kingston and Frontenac Islands 

During the meeting, David DeSantis, Director of Education and Secretary of the Board, presented and released the Director's Annual Report 2022. The report can be viewed here​

A special thank you to Father Marek Chochrek for joining the Board of Trustees, Senior Admin team, and other guests who came together to celebrate Mass.  

The Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board serves approximately 12,000 students, employs over 1,400 full-time equivalent staff and covers a geographical area of more than 16,000 square kilometers. The ALCDSB builds faith-filled learning communities where each member is loved, inspired, and successful.  
 
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Media Contact: 
Kelly Taylor, Communications Officer 
The Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 
ktaylor@alcdsb.on.ca 


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