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Meet The Trustees

2022-23 Board of Directors Group

Your Trustees

鶹ҕƵ, like every school board in Ontario, is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Trustees are elected by separate school taxpayers every four years during municipal elections and are directly accountable to the community. The current seven Trustees will serve from November 15, 2022, to November 14, 2026.

Trustee Contact Information
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Kevin MacKenzie – Board Chairperson

Trustee – Municipality of Clarington

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street West
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone: (289) 356-7838
kmackenzie@pvnccdsb.on.ca

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Jenny Leahy – Board Vice-chairperson

Trustee – Peterborough County

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street West
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone: (705) 761-1806
jleahy@pvnccdsb.on.ca

Peterborough City Trustee John Connolly outside the Board office

John Connolly

Trustee – City of Peterborough

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street W.
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone:  (705) 761-2380
joconnolly@pvnccdsb.on.ca

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Loretta Durst

Trustee – City of Peterborough

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street W.
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone:  (705) 761-1113
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Joshua Glover

Trustee – Municipality of Clarington

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street West
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone:  (905) 447-1722
joglover@pvnccdsb.on.ca

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Mary Ann Martin

Trustee – City of Kawartha Lakes

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street West
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone:  (705) 799-1617
mamartin@pvnccdsb.on.ca

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Kathleen Tanguay

Trustee – Northumberland County

c/o PVNCCDSB
1355 Lansdowne Street West
Peterborough, ON, K9J 7M3

Phone:  (905) 885-1556
ktanguay@pvnccdsb.on.ca

Read the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board Trustee Code of Conduct

Responsibilities

A Trustee will:

  • Govern and set policy for the Board
  • Govern the provision of curriculum, facilities, human, and financial resources for the Board
  • Advocate for their communities and explain the policies and decisions of the Board to residents

Qualifications

To qualify as an elected Trustee, a person must be, on voting day:

  • A Canadian citizen
  • 18 years of age or older
  • A resident within the area of jurisdiction of the Board
  • A Separate school elector

Student Trustee

Students are represented on the Board through the appointment of two Student Trustees who are selected by the Board-wide Student Council Liaison Committee. The Student Trustees participate in discussions and debates during public meetings.

The Student Trustees are representatives to, but not a member of the Board. Only the votes of elected Trustees are counted when Board decisions are made.

For more information, visit:

 

2021-2022 Trustee Expense Board Report