St. Clair Catholic District School Board

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St. Clair Catholic District School Board
SCCDSB
Location
420 Creek Street, Wallaceburg, Ontario

Canada
Coordinates42°35′50″N 82°23′11″W / 42.59709°N 82.38646°W / 42.59709; -82.38646Coordinates: 42°35′50″N 82°23′11″W / 42.59709°N 82.38646°W / 42.59709; -82.38646
District information
SuperintendentJim McKenzie
Chair of the boardJohn Van Heck
Director of educationDeb Crawford
Schools28 total; 26 elementary and 2 secondary
BudgetCA$95 million (approx) million (2005-06)
District IDB67040
Students and staff
Students10,665 (2005-06 year)
Other information
Elected trusteesM. Roop, D. Argenti, C.Bryden, J. McCann, L. Ward, B.Rumble,
Websitewww.st-clair.net

The St. Clair Catholic District School Board (SCCDSB, known as English-language Separate District School Board No. 39 prior to 1999[1]) is the separate school board that manages Catholic education in the county of Lambton including the city of Sarnia as well as in the regional municipality of Chatham-Kent, in southern Ontario, Canada.

The Board manages 26 elementary schools and 2 secondary or high schools.[2]

Elementary schools

All Elementary schools

  • Christ the King - Wallaceburg
  • Georges P. Vanier - Chatham
  • Good Shepherd - Thamesville
  • Gregory Hogan - Sarnia
  • Holy Family - Wallaceburg
  • Holy Rosary - Wyoming
  • Holy Trinity - Sarnia
  • Monsignor Uyen - Chatham
  • Our Lady of Fatima - Chatham
  • Sacred Heart - Port Lambton
  • Sacred Heart - Sarnia
  • St. Agnes - Chatham
  • St. Anne - Blenheim
  • St. Anne - Sarnia
  • St. Elizabeth - Wallaceburg
  • St. John Fisher - Forest
  • St. Joseph - Chatham (To be closed June 2019)[3]
  • St. Joseph - Corunna
  • St. Joseph - Tilbury
  • St. Matthew - Sarnia
  • St. Michael - Bright's Grove
  • St. Michael - Ridgetown
  • St. Peter Canisius - Watford
  • St. Philip - Petrolia
  • St. Ursula - Chatham
  • St. Vincent - Chatham

The secondary schools are:

The Board was formed by an amalgamation of the Lambton County Roman Catholic Separate School Board and Kent County Roman Catholic Separate School Board, which took place in 1999.[citation needed] [4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  2. ^ "Elementary and secondary school directory 2013—2014" (PDF). St. Clair Catholic District School Board. Retrieved 8 April 2014.
  3. ^ https://www.chathamdailynews.ca/news/local-news/st-joseph-catholic-school-closing-students-moving-to-st-ursula
  4. ^ http://www.st-clair.net/mission-and-vision.aspx