STAR Catholic trustees hold line on certain fees

Youth evangelization courses approved for 2017 to 2020

  • Jun. 2, 2017 12:00 p.m.

STAR Catholic office

Submitted by STAR Catholic Schools

2017-2018 board priorities

The board approved its 2017-2018 board priorities.

Locally developed courses

The board authorized the following locally developed courses and the resources required to teach them: Youth Evangelization I 25 and Youth Evangelization II 35 for a maximum of three years from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2020.

Christ The King School international travel request

The board approved in principle Christ the King School’s international travel request to Greece from March 21, 2018 to March 31, 2018.

Instructional, foreign tuition, adult student and transportation fees

The board maintained fees at current levels for full day Kindergarten, foreign non-exchange student tuition, adult student registration, and transportation.

The fees are eligible under changes to the School Act proposed under Bill 1.

2017-2018 Division Calendars

The Board approved the draft 2017-2018 school calendars.

Board Policy Updates

As per the board’s continual review of its policies, the revised Policy 3, 8 and 22 were given first, second and third reading, while Policy 7 was given second and third reading and Policy 5 was given third reading.


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