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Board of Trustees

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Algoma District School Board of Trustees including our Student Trustees.

Back row left to right: Trustee Karen Morin, Student Trustee Mackenzie Hulme, Trustees Sheryl Evans-Price, Brent Rankin, Sandra Edwards, Student Trustee Olivia Keenan and Trustee Robert McEachren.

Front row left to right: Trustee Russell Reid, Vice-Chair Gladys Wiggins, Chair Jennifer Sarlo, Trustees Graham Lidstone and Susan Thayer.

Senior Administration

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Pictured Left to right: Superintendents Asima Vezina, Joseph Maurice, Brenda O'Neill, Director Lucia Reece, Superintendent of Business Joe Santa Maria and Superintendent of Education Kime Collver.

This year, we welcomed two new Superintendents of Education.  Pictured below are Superintendent Marcy Bell, (temporarily replacing Superintendent Asima Vezina who has been seconded by the Ministry of Education), and Brent Vallee appointed as Superintendent of Education Special Education following Kime Collver's retirement.

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This year we lost a colleague and a respected friend. Harry Jones served as a trustee on the Sault Ste. Marie School board from 1994-1998 and then returned to the table of the ADSB in 2007 and served through to the end of the last term in 2014.

Harry was not a man who spoke frequently around the board table, but when he did, we all listened, as he was often the voice of wisdom and sound reason on issues that were brought to the board of trustees. He was a respected member of the First Nations Council at the Ontario Public School Board Association and they were especially sorry to hear of his passing. We all liked to hear his stories from the war and we appreciated the broad knowledge base that he gained from his involvement in other initiatives and organizations.
His obituary also said it best: Harry’s calming nature, his sage wisdom and his strong belief in the potential of Aboriginal people, and businesses generally, will be greatly missed in the networks that he worked within so passionately.  Everyone who knew Harry remarked on the great love he often expressed for his wife, his children, and his grandchildren.  As a very respected Elder-Statesman, Harry will truly be missed.