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ACSC Financials 2018-19.pdf

September Council Meeting Minutes (1).pdf


Volunteers help to keep our many programs and activities running. If you have some time to offer, we use volunteers in the following areas:

hot lunch program, helping students with reading/math, fall social, Christmas luncheon, Easter luncheon, Shrove Tuesday, Christmas craft night, Council committees, and e-Bingo.

Bingo is the only fundraiser for our School Council and is so important for supporting the many activities that Council supports. Volunteers are needed to work one or two bingos a year. Shifts are only 21/4 hours. Please consider volunteering to work Bingos.

Please contact the School Council at asusc@ldcsb.ca or call the school at 660-2770 to volunteer.

Our Council executive is:

Chair -- Jennifer Arce White

Secretary -- Cathy Beamish

Treasurer -- Alex D'Alessandro

Bingo -- Mary Van Ryswyk (volunteers); Cindy Koster (contract & reports)

Catholic School Councils give parents, staff and other community partners the opportunity to have a positive influence on our Catholic identity, student achievement and school climate.  Catholic School Councils engage in valued discussions in an advisory capacity with the principal and school board, in support of their children’s education.

Catholic School Councils are comprised of a dedicated team of parent representatives, a teacher, non-teaching staff member, a community representative a Parish representative and the principal. In keeping with the document, School Councils - A Guide for Members, elections for the Council Executive are held at the beginning of the school year. All meetings are open to all parents, and dates and times are published on the school website.

As a Catholic School Council member, you can help your council discover new and exciting ways to contribute to the growth and improvement of your school. Please consider attending a council meeting or becoming a part of this year's council and making a positive impact on your child's education. Your participation can make a difference!​