Sunshine list for our four school boards

Here is a short list of salaries which is part of the annual disclosure of Ontario Public Service employees who earn more than $100,000 per year.
The Review published a similar list of earnings related to local municipalities, the Hawkesbury and District General Hospital, the Glengarry Memorial Hospital, the United Counties of Prescott-Russell and other local agencies in the March 28 edition. You can find that story on The Review’s website, or if you have access to our e-edition, you can search for it there, also.

Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario:

Director of Education:
William Gartland, $209,518

Associate Director of Education:
John Cameron, $157,636.55

Superintendent of Business & Treasurer:
Bonnie G. Norton, $135,629

Coordinator of Continuing Education:
Kevin Dionne,  $106,586

Coordinator of Special Education:

Corey Kalsi, $111,657.76

Principal of Religious Education & Family Life:
Paul Mantha, $125,744

Principal of Curriculum:
Brent Bovaird, $125,744

Superintendent of School Effectiveness:
Natalie Cameron, $140,845
Donaleen Hawes, $160,051
Thomas Jordan, $140,845

E-learning Coordinator:
Karen Tobin, $105,985

 

Conseil Scolaire De District Catholique De L’Est Ontarien:

Superintendent of Education:
France Lamarche, $145,129

Superintendent of Finance & Business:
Martin Lavigne, $149,702

Superintendent of Education:
Alain Martel, $142,315
Lyne Racine, $136,688

 

Conseil des écoles publique de l’est ontarien:

Superintendent:
Stéphane Vachon, $156,988
Jean-Pierre Dufour, $146,776
Christian-Charle Bouchard, $139,490
Matthieu Vachon, $136,908
Ann Mahoney, $134,326

Director of Educational Services:
Amine Hakin Edoui, $133,906
Lucie Lahaie, $125,942
Ismael Abdi, $125,942
Jean-Francois Thibodeau, $125,871
Eric Gagnier, $123,861
Bianca Girard, $109,117
Valerie Beauchamp, $104,012

Director of Education:
Guylaine Gagné, $133,906

Director of Financial Services:
Danielle Ryan, $127,429

Director of International Education:
Jean-Marc Emery, $124,023

Director of Corporate Affairs:
Steve Brabant, $117,277

 

Upper Canada District School Board:

Stephen Sliwa, $219,000; Taxable benefits: $18,685.18

Principal of Special Education & Student Success:
Deborah Banks, $127,415

Principal of Teaching and Learning:
Anne-Marie Bulbeck, $141,785
Shelly Corlyon, $127,415

Principal of Safe Schools:
Robert Currier, $127,415

Principal of Student Success & e-Learning
Frank Hummell, $127,415

Superintendent of Accountability & Alignment:
Phil Dawes, $159,374

Superintendent of Business:
Nancy McCaslin-Barkley, $162,540

Superintendent of Schools:
Susan Edwards, $111,277
Ron Ferguson, $138,978
Tim Mills, $162,540
Valerie Allen, $162,540

Superintendent of Resources & Operations:
Jeremy Hobbs, $162,540


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Louise Sproule

Louise Sproule

Louise Sproule has been the publisher of The Review since 1992. A part-time job after high school at The Review got Sproule hooked on community newspapers and all that they represent. She loves to write, has covered every kind of event you can think of, loves to organize community events and loves her small town and taking photographs across the region. She dreams of writing a book one day so she can finally tell all of the town's secrets! She must be stopped! Keep subscribing to The Review . . . or else!

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