Tracy Rossini appointed as new director of special education at the CSCNO
Mr. Marcel Montpellier, Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) president, and Mrs. Lyse-Anne Papineau, CSCNO director of education, are pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Tracy Rossini as director of special education services.
With a rich and varied experience in teaching and school administration, Mrs. Rossini replaces Mrs. Diane Chouinard-Brunet, who has held this position since 2005.
In her capacity as director of special education, Tracy Rossini will be responsible for organizing, managing and ensuring the quality of all Special Education services for the CSCNO.
She will work to ensure the success of special education students, implement special programs, offer training to school staff and oversee the efficiency of the Special Education team.
In addition, she will work collaboratively with community agencies to develop strategies and initiatives aimed at improving academic success for all students.
Mrs. Rossini began her teaching career at the CSCNO in 1995.
She was subsequently appointed vice-principal at Félix-Ricard (2005-2007) and Jean-Paul II (2007-2009) schools before becoming principal at École Saint-Joseph in Espanola (2009-2010) and École Jean-Paul II (2010-2013).
“The expertise acquired by Mrs. Rossini’s in our schools is highly pertinent,” declared CSCNO President, Marcel Montpellier. “With close to 20 years of experience in the field of education, Tracy will hold an important leadership position and help the CSCNO to continue to provide a French Catholic education that is recognized for its quality and vitality.”
"Tracy benefits from a broad understanding of the varied education components associated with Special Education Services,” explained CSCNO Director of Education, Lyse-Anne Papineau. “Convinced of the importance of meeting the needs of all of our students, she will contribute to the success of our school population and strengthen our network of French Catholic schools.”
Tracy Rossini will assume her new functions in mid-February, 2013.
The Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario offers a French Catholic Educational Program that is widely recognized for its excellence.
The CSCNO provides a quality learning environment and academic program that runs from early childhood to adult education, with more than 7,000 students in 27 elementary and 10 secondary schools.