The role of the School Board

The School Board is responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of Lycée Claudel’s administrative functions. It implements the Principal’s goals, ensures current and future financial stability, organizes mass orientation sessions, and oversees institutional objectives and growth plans. In this respect, the School Board’s role is essentially a strategic one, and its primary focus is on long-term perspectives.

To consult the internal rulebook, click here. (French version only)

The School Board holds monthly meetings throughout the school year, and the general assembly is usually held in November. In addition, every member of the School Board must serve on at least one special committee that holds regular meetings.

The Headmaster, the primary school Principal, the administrative director, and the financial director are non-voting members of the School Board. 

Name FunctionStatus
Pierre DantenPresidentElected Parent
Jean-Nicolas BustrosVice-presidentElected Parent
Alain AdamTreasurerElected Parent
Simon PomelSecretaryElected Parent
Marie-Hélène PoissonAdministratorElected Parent
Marta LamosovaAdministratorElected Parent
Carla KhazzakaAdministratorElected support staff
Sophie CathelineauAdministratorElected Teacher
Colette GodetAdministratorElected Teacher
Vacant Administrator (Teacher)Co-opted member
Brigitte Proucelle or Mark-Alexander SchreiweisCooperation and cultural action advisor / Educational Cooperation OfficerEx officio
Philippe CourjaultHeadmasterEx officio, non-voting member
Rachid SalamaAdministrative and Financial DirectorEx officio, non-voting member
Pascal AdamDirecteur of primaryEx officio, non-voting member
Pascaline GaussotDeputy headmasterEx officio, non-voting member
Nathalie Bourgouin APELC PresidentEx officio, non-voting member

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The role of the School Council

The School Council is a group made up of students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Its role is to offer guidance relating to the educational aspects of school life, at both primary and secondary levels. The School Council holds meetings 4 or 5 times per year.  

Essentially, the School Council is responsible for implementing the school’s educational vision, rules of procedure, and yearly school calendar. It also issues advisories about structural developments, educational innovations, educational project initiatives, activity schedules for clubs and associations, the organization of academic life, the school restaurant, and issues relating to health, hygiene, and safety.

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The role of Primary School Committee

The Primary School Committee is comprised of up to 15 elected parents, 15 primary school teachers, administrative representatives, full members (Primary Director, headmaster, administrative and financial directors, national education inspector, and academic life representative).

The Primary School Committee votes on internal procedures, examines academic pacing, approves school projects, and offers organizational guidance, notably relating to:

  • Educational activities
  • Use of allocated resources
  • Integration of disabled students
  • Extracurricular activities
  • School hygiene
  • Protection and safety of students

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