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Policies and Procedures

Policies and Administrative Procedures are important resources which govern the operation of our Catholic school system. Our Trustees are responsible for developing and approving policies and administrative procedures for the Board. Policies and Administrative Procedures help everyone in the school community understand expectations and rights. They provide belief statements and operating guidelines for parents and staff regarding the administration of program, property, student, staff and Board matters.

View our Framework for Policy Development

100 – Governance, Vision and Strategic Priorities

102 – Board By-Laws and Committees Terms of Reference

103 – Multi Year Strategic Planning

104 – Selection of Director of Education

106 – Delegations to Board and/or Committee Meetings

107 – Electronic Meetings

200 – Catholic Education

201 – School/Parish Accompaniment

206 – Admission to Catholic Schools

207 – Opening and/or Closing Exercises in Catholic Schools

208 – Catholic Family Life Education Program

209 – Opening and Blessing of New Schools and New Additions

210 – Naming of Catholic Schools / Board Facilities

300 – Student Achievement and Well-Being

301 – Effective Instructional Practice

302 – Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting

303 – Student Leadership and Student Voice

304 – Supervised Alternative Learning and Other Excusals from Attendance at School

308 – Environmental Education

309 – Cooperative Education and Other Forms of Experiential Learning

312 – Dress Code – Students

314 – Personal Network Devices

317 – Asthma Reducing the Risks

321 – First Nation, Métis and Inuit Voluntary Self-Identification

323 – Supporting Students with Epilepsy in Schools

400 – Recruitment, Talent Development, Leadership and Succession Planning

401 – Recruitment and Promotion

402 – Leadership Development

403 – Criminal Record Checks

404 – Recruitment and Promotion – Teachers

500 – Employee Relations

501 – Employee Charged with a Criminal Offence or Under Investigation by a Third Party

502 – Employee Involvement in Election to Public Office

503 – Workplace Accommodation

504 – Employee Attendance Support Program

505 – Performance Appraisal of Employees

506 – Reporting Absences from Work

507 – Disability Management

510 – Conflicts of Interest

511 – Employee Acceptable Use of Board Technology

513 – Reporting Children in Need of Protection

514 – Reporting to Work on Inclement Weather Days

515 – Disconnecting from Work

516 – Use of Electronic Communications and Social Media

600 – Stewardship of Resources

601 – Community Use of Board Facilities

604 – School Site Selection

605 – Election Activities and Use of Corporate Resources

607 – Fundraising in Schools

608 – Fair Trade Purchasing for Student Clothing

609 – Investment of Surplus Funds

611 – Expenditure Guidelines: Hospitality / Honorariums / Recognition / Meeting Costs

613 – Fees for Learning Materials and Activities

616 – Honoraria for Trustees

619 – Playground Equipment Installation and Maintenance

800 – Directional Policy – Healthy Schools and Workplaces

809 – Occupational Health and Safety

814 – Critical Injury / Fatality Reporting

815 – Safe Work Procedure: Lock-out/Tag-out of Energy Sources

818 – Accessibility and Barrier Free Learning and Work Environment – Employment

819 – Accessibility and Barrier Free Learning and Work Environment – Information and Communication

820 – Accessibility and Barrier Free Learning and Work Environment – Transportation

821 – Accessibility and Barrier Free Learning and Work Environment – Design of Public Spaces

822 – Accessibility and Barrier Free Learning and Work Environment – Customer Service

1100 – Communications

1102 – Distribution of Materials Through Schools to Students, Staff, and Parents from External Groups

1104 – Confidential Communication Between Students and Staff

1106 – Display of Flags

– None in draft at this time