What is the Catholic School Council
The Christ the King Catholic School Council is a group of hardworking parents: dads, moms, working professionals, just like you! Working alongside the parents are a selected group of teachers, the school principal and school support staff.
Role of the Catholic School Council
Members of the Catholic School Council will be expected to attend and participate in monthly meetings (approximately 6-8 meetings per year). Members will work collectively with other Council members, school administration and the Board to improve student achievement, promote parental involvement, help set school priorities and build community. Parent representatives are voting members and elected for a one-year term by parents and school administration.
Getting Involved as a Parent Representative on Our Christ the King Catholic School Council Team
As a parent/guardian of a child at this school, you are eligible to self-nominate or nominate another parent/guardian of a child at this school to be a voting member of the Catholic School Council (Parent Representative). Complete the following Google Form for the nomination. On this Form, you can express your interest to be a voting Parent Representative and as a member of our CSC Executive (more details to follow).
Here is the nomination form:
Is There a Spot for Me on the CSC Team?
Yes. Last year, our CSC team consisted of 13 dedicated Parent Representatives, 2 devoted teachers and the administration team.. In the event of more than 19 nominees this school year, an election process may take place. Elections will take place in-person on Wednesday, September 27th, at 6:30 p.m. in the school library. More information will follow, if required.
Our First Meeting
Our first meeting will take place in the Library on Wednesday, September 27th at approximately 6:30 p.m. All Parent Representatives will be introduced and vote for the 2023-2024 CSC Executive on this evening. All parents/guardians are invited to attend.
Thank you for your continued support of our students at Christ the King CES.