Committee Meetings

While regular meetings of the Board are held every month, committees help to break down the complexities of the school system. Agendas are prepared for each meeting, and minutes are recorded.  

View agendas and meeting minutes, or contact Communication Services for more information.

Agendas and meeting minutes

 

Standing Committees

The Appeal of Suspension Committee hears and determines suspension appeals.

The Chairperson's Committee acts as liaison between the Board of Trustees and the standing committees, prepares agendas, assigns items to committees, and brings committee issues back to the Board.

The Expulsion Committee hears and makes recommendations for expulsion.  

The Family Life and Religious Education Committee recommends family life curriculum to the Board, reviews and approves resources, and provides a forum to discuss religious education.  

The Governance Committee (Committee-of-the-Whole) focuses on a complex topic for a longer period of time, allowing reports and input from many sources.

The Policy Development Committee assists in the development, management, and review of Board policies. 

Other Board committees

The Accessibility for All Committee assists the Board and schools with barrier-free facilities.

The Audit Committee oversees financial accounting, internal audits, external audits, and risk management system for the Board.

The Catholic Parent Engagement Committee supports and encourages parent engagement in Board activities.

The Equity and Inclusive Education Advisory Committee provides advice and monitors progress on the goals of the Ministry of Education's Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy.

The French as a Second Language Advisory Committee advises on the delivery of French programs within the Board and serves as liaison to other community groups on French as a second language.

The First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Committee provides advice on improved Aboriginal student achievement and engagement, and engages all students in increased understanding of Aboriginal history and culture.

The Special Education Advisory Committee makes recommendations to the Board on the establishment, development, and delivery of special education programs and services for exceptional pupils of the Board. 

The Supervised Alternative Learning Committee provides students who have difficulty with school attendance with an alternate learning strategy.