SENIOR CAMPUS GOVERNING BOARD

 

 

Pointe Claire, QC

  

Meeting Dates

 

Meetings are open to the public; if you would like to attend, please contact us for Zoom link.

 

 

Junior Campus
Governing Board


Senior Campus Governing Board 

Members 2022-2023

 

 

Parent Representatives

Staff Representatives

Christine Archambault

David Arless

Erica Follon

Carolyn Schrider

Nadia Lawand

Rachel Ethier

Isoken Joyce Obasohan

Marie-Hélène Mondor

Tiffani Wheeler

Laura Sulano
Daycare

 

 

Parent Representative
Alternates

Staff Representative
Alternate

Dorion Albert
Andrea Borrelli
Angela Kovalak
Krystel Mabel

Aida Lukosevicius

Community Representatives

 

TBD

 

Stephanie Hérault
Principal
Ex-officio

 

Invited: Allison Saunders (Commissioner)

 

To contact the St. John Fisher Senior Governing Board, please email: st_john_fisher_sr_gb@lbpearson.ca

 

Term of office:

  • Parent representatives - 2 years

  • Other representatives - 1 year

  • Chair - 1 year (must be a parent)

 

Minutes 2022-2023

Meeting Date

Agenda

Minutes

September 14, 2022
(Special) 
 
Draft
   
     
     

 

Documents


Draft

Parents' Annual General Assembly Minutes
September 21, 2021

 

 

Governing Board Functions & Responsibilities

The Governing Board is an important way to participate in the decision making consultative process for the school and the students. It is composed of parents, teachers, school support staff, and community representatives.

  1. The Governing Board in collaboration with all parties concerned, adopts, implements and evaluates the school's Educational Project. The Educational Project must comply with the province-wide framework defined by the Education Act, the basic school regulations and Quebec Education Program of Studies.

  2. The Governing Board approves the proposals of the principal for the implementation of the basic school regulations, program of studies, student services and student supervision policy.

  3. The Governing Board advises the school board on matters that are likely to facilitate the operation of the school and improve the organization of service provided by the Governing Board.

  4. The Governing Board shall seek the collaboration of persons having an interest in the school.

  5. The Governing Board shall encourage the communication of information dialogue and concerted action among students, parents, the principal, teachers and other staff members and community representatives.

  6. Any decision by the governing board is made in the best interests of the students.

 

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