THE PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
OF ONTARIO'S DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS
What is CODE?
"A Professional Association"
The Council of Ontario Directors of Education, a Professional Association,
represents all Chief Executive Officers of the seventy-two District School Boards in Ontario.
It is the common public voice of Senior School District Administrators working with Government and various Associations.
CODE Executive Director
Tony Pontes spent 39 years with the Peel District School Board as a teacher, principal, superintendent and director of education, retiring on August 31, 2017. On November 1, 2018, he was appointed as Interim Executive Director of CODE. The CODE Executive made the position permanent commencing July 1, 2019.
During his career in education, Tony built on his commitment to student success by playing a leadership role in local and provincial initiatives. In addition to his leadership within the Peel board, Tony provided leadership at the provincial level as a member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Public Supervisory Officials' Association (OPSOA). Tony served as president of OPSOA for 2010-11. As a director of education, Tony served on the executive of the Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE) and was the chair of CODE in the 2015-16.
Tony believes in the impact that directors of education have on publicly funded education and the students and families served by their local boards and is proud to serve as Interim Executive Director of CODE.
Chair of CODE 2020-2021
Présidente de CODE 2020-2021
Loretta Notten is currently the Director of Education at Waterloo Catholic DSB, which represents 50 schools and 24,200 day students, as well as 13,000 Adult and Continuing Ed students attending schools in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo, and the
surrounding townships. Loretta began her career in York Catholic DSB as an English teacher and then spent 26 years in Toronto Catholic DSB as a department head, secondary vice-principal and principal, central Program Coordinator and then 9 years as a superintendent.
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Loretta Notten est actuellement directrice de l'éducation au Waterloo Catholic DSB, qui représente 50 écoles et 24 200 étudiants de jour, ainsi que 13 000 élèves adultes et en éducation permanente qui fréquentent des écoles de Cambridge, Kitchener et Waterloo, et les cantons environnants. Loretta a commencé sa carrière au York Catholic DSB en tant que professeur d'anglais, puis a passé 26 ans au Toronto Catholic DSB en tant que chef de département, directrice adjointe et directrice du secondaire, coordonnatrice centrale des programmes, puis 9 ans en tant que surintendante.
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