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Catholic school board director stepping down

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Journal Staff

The head of the local Catholic school board is retiring.

Education director Deb Crawford will step down in September after 20 years with the St. Clair Catholic School Board.

Deb Crawford

“My decision to retire was not taken lightly, but I think the time is right,” said Crawford. “I believe St. Clair Catholic is well positioned for the future and I look forward to devoting more time to my family and pursuing interests that I have not had time to enjoy fully.”

Crawford started teaching at the Dufferin Peel Catholic board in 1983 and moved to the St. Clair board in 2001. Six years later she was principal of the former St. Christopher Secondary in Sarnia.

In 2008 she became a superintendent and moved into the board’s top job in 2017.

The board has begun the search for a new director.


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