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School Council

Welcome to new and returning parents!

In order to accommodate the regulations, indicating that all parents/ guardians are to be given ten school days’ notice in advance of the School Council’s Annual General Meeting, we are inviting you to join us on a virtual platform. The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 21, at 7:00 p.m. Please contact School Council Chair Sheryl-Ann Giacchetta @ sagiacchetta@gmail.com if you would like to participate as we will need to include you on the Google invite. We will be using ‘Google Meet’. Fifteen (15) minutes before the meeting, all people who have requested to be invited will receive an email asking them to join. At this AGM we will also be holding elections for Secretary and Treasurer as these are positions that are still required to be filled. We look forward to working with you to support our students during a very unique year!

Catholic Central School Council meets the third Wednesday of each month, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Campus East Library. Every parent/guardian is warmly invited to learn more about events in the school and district, meet other parents/staff, and be involved in positively shaping the direction of your school. School Council receives and discusses information about educational issues from the School Board and the school staff, manages a modest budget, and is a wonderful forum to become more involved in and connected with the Catholic Central community.

CCHS Operating Procedures 2019
3-Year Education Plan
Continuous Improvement Plan 2018/19

Come out to learn about what is happening in your child's school. The meetings are informative (and there is no fund raising!).

Introducing the 2020-2021 School Council Members

President: Grace Henke
Media Coordinator: Janelle Wipf
Grade 12 Class Rep: Declan Sander
Grade 11 Class Rep: Hannah Comchi
Grade 10 Reps: Zoe Lenci, Hailey Iwaasa & Kyra Wever

Holy Spirit Celebration ACSTA Elections Package
GrACE Why? The gift of publicly-funded Catholic education in Alberta is a blessing. As a community we are called in gratitude, faith and action to ensure that our children and future generations continue to learn and grow in our Catholic schools.

What? The mission of GrACE is to inspire, invigorate and embolden the spirit of Catholic education in order to unite, engage, educate and communicate with one voice on its behalf. GrACE is a partnership of stakeholders resolutely committed to Catholic education within the province of Alberta.

Who? You!
GrACE invites all those committed to Catholic education, throiugh the unity of the Holy Spirit, to be advocates and witnesses for our schools' success and their future. Where? In your homes, your neighborhoods, your schools and your parishes. Watch for and get involved with your local GrACE team. Tell your stories of Catholic education. Let your voice be heard.

When? Now!
Every day is a celebration of Catholic education. Let us be grateful for our blessings and commit our support.

Did You Know?
  • Catholic education affirms parents as their children's primary educators and respects the rights of parents to choose the school that meets their needs.
  • In Catholic schools, it is our deepest desire to ensure that every child knows and experiences the love of God through the witness of their community.
  • Principles of diversity and inclusion are central in the teachings of the Catholic Church and permeate all aspects and curriculum in a Catholic school.
  • Alberta is one of three provinces in Canada with publicly funded Catholic education. Ontario and Saskatchewan are the other two.
  • Catholic education in Alberta is 158 years old.
  • An organized effort of public school lobbyists are attempting to disrupt Catholic education in our province. Your engagement; your advocacy; your voice is vital.

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen
Romans 16:24

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