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Trustees and senior administration

Our senior administrative staff has extensive experience in Catholic education, finance, and planning. They report to the Board of Trustees at regular Board meetings to discuss the operations and needs of the Board. We want you to feel comfortable contacting any of our OCSB leaders. Get to know them and find out who to contact if you have a concern about your child's education. 


Board of Trustees

Our Board Trustees are elected by the community during municipal elections to represent the OCSB schools in their ward, or jurisdiction. They serve as members of our school board to link us with the greater community. They are available and accessible to the public to address concerns about Board policies and procedures. If you need to bring a concern to the attention of the Board, then you should consider contacting your designated school Trustee.

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Director and Associate Director of Education

Our school board community looks to our Director and Associate Director of Education to lead us down a successful path. They make sure that we fulfill our strategic mission while making the OCSB an exciting place to learn, work and grow. Their success in meeting our Board priorities has made us a leader in student achievement. Get know our them by reading their profiles.

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Superintendents

Our Superintendents lead our school principals in managing safe and healthy schools. They play a crucial role in ensuring that all of our school stay focused on student achievement.  If you have already contacted your school principal with a question about your child or your school, contact your designated school Superintendent for more help.

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2016-2017 Operating Budget Expenditures by Category of Expenditure ($ in 000's)

Salaries & Benefits $400,657 81%
Classroom Spending $22,074 5%
Transportation $20,830 4%
School Accommodation $19,608 4%
Amortization of Tangible Capital Assets $17,787 3%
Interest on Long Term Debt $6,038 1%
Administration $3,355 1%
Other $2,786 1%

2017-2018 Operating Budget Expenditures by Category of Expenditure ($ in 000's)

Salaries & Benefits $428,325 82%
Classroom Spending $22,694 4%
Transportation $21,734 4%
School Accommodation $20,731 4%
Amortization of Tangible Capital Assets $18,847 3%
Interest on Long Term Debt $5,838 1%
Administration $4,361 1%
Other $3,091 1%

Quick reference policies

We've listed some of the most commonly referenced policies and procedures here for your convenience. 

 General
 Accessibility Policy
 Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation
 Code of Conduct for Trustees
 Concussions
 Field Trips and Excursions
 Freedom of Information
 Home Schooling
 Pediculosis (Head Lice)
 Protection of Privacy
 Privacy Support Document
 Self-Identification for Aboriginal Students

 Educational Programs
 Attendance at Religious Services
 Catholic Curriculum
 Computer and Internet Use
 Electronic Social Media
 Environmental Education
 Religious Education
 School Year Calendar
 Student Exchange

Accessibility Policy

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

Code of Conduct for Trustees

Community Planning and Facility Partnerships

Concussion Recognition, Intervention and Awareness

Field Trips and Excursions

Freedom of Information

Home Schooling

Pediculosis (Head Lice)

Protection of Privacy

Privacy Support Document

Self-Identification Policy for Aboriginal Students

 

Educational Programs

Attendance at Religious Services/Study of Religion for Students of Other Faith Traditions - Elementary and Secondary

Catholic Curriculum

Environmental Education

Religious Education

School Year Calendar

Student Exchange

Electronic Social Media

Computer and Internet Use

Safe, Inclusive and Accepting Schools Policies and Procedures

Our Safe, Inclusive and Accepting Schools policies and plans form a comprehensive approach to positive school climate and appropriate behaviour. They include prevention and intervention strategies, and appropriate supports and consequences. We also focus on mental health, good digital citizenship, and keeping our parents informed. 

If you are not able to find what you are looking for within the policies listed below, visit our webpage for more comprehensive information. 


 Policies and Procedures
 Appeal of Student Expulsion
 Appeal of Student Suspensions
 Assault and Fighting
 Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages
 Bullying Prevention and Intervention
 Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan
 Bullying, Intimidation, Harassment, Sexual  Harassment, Threats
 General Policy
 Incidents Involving Fire
 Incidents Involving Students Toward Staff
 Lockdown Protocol
 Progressive Discipline
 Re-Entry for Expelled Students
 Respect for the Learning Environment
 Secure Schools Protocol
 Shelter-in-Place
 Student Behaviour: Co-Curricular Events
 Student Dress Code / Formal Dress Code /  Uniform
 Student Expulsions
 Student Suspensions
 Substance Abuse
 Trespassing/Access to School Property
 Vandalism/Theft/Extortion/Robbery/Gambling
 Weapons

General

Accessibility Policy

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

Code of Conduct for Trustees

Community Planning and Facility Partnerships

Concussion Recognition, Intervention and Awareness

Field Trips and Excursions

Freedom of Information

Home Schooling

Pediculosis (Head Lice)

Protection of Privacy

Privacy Support Document

Self-Identification Policy for Aboriginal Students

 

Educational Programs

Attendance at Religious Services/Study of Religion for Students of Other Faith Traditions - Elementary and Secondary

Catholic Curriculum

Environmental Education

Religious Education

School Year Calendar

Student Exchange

Electronic Social Media

Computer and Internet Use

Need in another format?

Email info@ocsb.ca if you can't find what you are looking for. If you need information in a different format, call 613-224-2222.