Two superintendent appointments for Halton District School Board

Trustees approve appointments at June 18, 2014 Board meeting

Tina Salmini Superintendent, Halton District School Board
Two superintendent appointments for Halton District School Board

At the Halton District School Board meeting of June 18, 2014, Trustees approved the appointments of Tina Salmini and Julie Hunt Gibbons as superintendents of education. The appointments take effect mid-August.

In 2006, Tina Salmini came to the Halton District School Board as Vice-Principal of John T. Tuck Public School, having previously been employed by the Dufferin Peel Catholic School Board as a Special Education teacher. In 2009 she was appointed Principal of John T. Tuck and in 2012 was appointed Principal at Florence Meares Public School. Salmini holds Bachelor and Master degrees in education as well as Principal and Supervisory Officers qualifications.

Salmini is recognized for her exceptional leadership skills and has recently served as the Chair of the Halton Elementary Principals’ Association. Salmini notes in her philosophy, “Our students need to feel understood, valued, empowered and celebrated throughout their learning journey in our schools.”

“I’m excited about the challenges in this new role, particularly working with the senior administrative team in furthering the Board’s efforts in student engagement and achievement,” says Salmini.

Julie Hunt Gibbons, Superintendent Halton District School Board

Julie Hunt Gibbons, Superintendent Halton District School Board

Julie Hunt Gibbons came to the Halton District School Board as Principal of Nelson High School in 2008. In 2010 she was appointed as Principal to Oakville Trafalgar High School. Prior to coming to Halton, Hunt Gibbons was the principal of Lorne Park Secondary School and Vice-Principal of Erindale Secondary School, both schools in the Peel District School Board.

Hunt Gibbons is recognized by her secondary colleagues for her leadership qualities, having recently chaired the Halton Secondary Principals’ Association. She holds Bachelor and Masters of Arts degrees in addition to Ministry Principal and Supervisory Officers qualifications. Hunt Gibbons notes in her personal philosophy, “educational leaders must be results-oriented users of data with strong communications skills, emotional intelligence and a moral imperative.”

“Having been both an Halton graduate and a Halton parent, I am very much looking forward to working with the senior administrative team and continuing my dedication to this Board and the success of our students and staff,” says Hunt Gibbons.

“The addition of these two leaders to our senior administrative team acknowledges their outstanding skills and qualities,” says David Euale, Director of Education. “We look forward to integrating their expertise to further the goals of the Halton District School Board.”

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