Catholic School Council

The St. Christopher Catholic School Council is an advisory group made up of parents and staff. The council is a vital part of our school community. The purpose of a Catholic School Council, through the active participation of parents, is to improve pupil achievement and to enhance the accountability of the education process to parents.

Our Catholic School Council provides advice and support to the principal, and where appropriate, to senior administrative staff and the Board of Trustees on education matters. The advice should reflect the views of the school community.

Meeting Dates

Our Catholic School Council meetings take place in the school library from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on select Tuesdays each month.

All parents are welcome to attend the monthly Council meetings and bring agenda items forward for discussion. The meeting dates for the current school year are posted to the EDSBY calendar feed. 

Council Executive 

Elections for the Parent Council Executive take place at the first meeting of the school year. Nomination forms can be downloaded here. We are proud to announce this year's Executive team.

Members at Large:

Executive MemberName

Principal / Vice Principal

Valerie Cappuccitti / Esther Glover

Co-Chair

Kellee Gaines

Co-Chair

Laka Ford-Williams

Parent Representative

Christine Stokes

Parent Representative

Yella Risorto

Parent Representative

Melanie Massa

Parent Representative

Manuela Cameron

Parent Representative

Mark Pellegrino

Parent Representative

Sara Mitchell

Parent Representative

Sabrina Micieli

Parent Representative

Sarah Peniston

Teacher Representatives

Kayla Tripp & Hanan Khatib

Parish Representative

 

Community Representative

 

Get Involved

All parents are encouraged to attend Catholic School Council meetings. If you're not able to attend, you can still stay up-to-date on current school issues and events by subscribing to the following webpages on our school's website:

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