Congratulations to Juli Faubert, Principal of St. Angela Merici Catholic School, Chatham. This evening, Juli accepts an award as Principal of the Year, an honour bestowed by the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario (CPCO).
Juli began her teaching career in 2003. As a classroom teacher, she was involved in bringing blended e-learning platforms to schools. She also worked as a Numeracy Support Teacher and served on a committee to bring Catholic virtues into the curriculum. She became a principal in 2010 and has led three school communities. Juli has been a member of both the Special Education Advisory Committee and the Leading Student Achievement Committee. This past year, she was appointed principal of St. Clair Catholic’s newest elementary school – St. Angela Merici in Chatham, where she worked to bring three former Catholic school communities together in a brand new state-of-the-art facility.
“It is a privilege and an honour to be chosen by my colleagues for this award,” says Ms. Faubert. “I am grateful to belong to a community of principals that support each other and our vision for Catholic education in our schools. I thank them for their collaboration and their encouragement in my journey as a principal.”
The award will be presented this evening at CPCO’s Awards Gala, which is being held virtually this year.