The Regina Catholic School Division Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that it has hired a new Director of Education. Domenic Scuglia has been selected to be the new Director of Education, commencing the 2016-2017 school year. Mr. Scuglia will succeed Rob Currie who will be retiring at the end of this school year
Board chair Frank Flegel says, “The Board of Trustees thanks Rob Currie for his faithful commitment to our staff and students. We wish him many blessings for his retirement. After an extensive search for a new director, we are happy to welcome Domenic Scuglia to the Regina Catholic School Division, and look forward to his leadership and guidance as we face unprecedented growth.”
Mr. Scuglia hails from Aurora, Ontario, where he is the founding Principal of St. Maximillian Kolbe Catholic High School. His dedication to the York Catholic District School Board heralds leadership and innovation, with an extensive background in physical education, Violence Threat Risk Assessment instruction, and facilitating positive change. In 2011, he received the Learning Partnership Canada’s Outstanding Principal Award. He is a graduate of York University and the University of Toronto, and earned his Masters of Education from Brock University in 1994.
Says Mr. Scuglia of his move to Regina, “I am very excited to be joining the school community at the Regina Catholic School Division to continue to support the outstanding programs and achievements of our students in all our schools. I am looking forward to working with the staff, parents, our students and our parishes in the years to come.”
We warmly welcome Mr. Domenic Scuglia to the Regina Catholic School Division and look forward to his presence as we continue to provide a quality Catholic education to our students.