After thirty years of teaching and administration in Ontario secondary schools, Stella Voisin completed doctoral studies in educational administration at the University of Toronto.
She has designed professional courses for K-8 teacher/instructors at Sandford Fleming’s School of the Arts in Haliburton, online principal qualifications courses for Queen’s University and professional development courses for school administrators with the Educational Leadership Centre at Penn State, Pennsylvania.
As a community researcher, her work includes a report on the implementation and growth of school nutrition programs in Trillium Lakelands District schools, an assessment of an elementary school fitness and recreation program sponsored by the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge Health Unit, and an investigative report on youth at risk for Family Services of Haliburton.
She is a member of the writing team for the most recent edition of the Ontario School Leadership Profile and an educational consultant for Around a Child, a foster treatment program affiliated with Family Services of Haliburton.
Report on the Caring for Kids in Cardiff Research Project. Prepared for Point in Time Centre for Children, Youth and Parents. 2007. (PDF, 235 KB)
Feeding our Children: Communities that Care. A report on school food programs in the Trillium Lakelands District School Board written for the Tri-County School Nourishment Committee. 2006. (PDF, 252 KB)
Assessment: Physical Fitness and Recreation Pilot Project at Archie Stouffer Elementary School. Submitted to Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit. 2005. (PDF, 285 KB)
Proposal for the expansion of the existing HCLC Hospitality and Tourism Program at the Highlands Community Learning Centre.
Prepared for the ad hoc community nutrition committee. 2005.
Executive Summary (PDF, 49 KB)
Report (PDF, 109 KB)
Reducing the Risk: Contact for Support. Report on At-Risk Youth in Haliburton. 2004. (PDF, 188 KB)