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Director's Executive Summary 2014

Highlights of Director's Annual Report for ALCDSB
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Laurie Morton

on 3 December 2014

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Transcript of Director's Executive Summary 2014

DISCIPLESHIP
SCHOLARSHIP
We believe that all students can learn, and our mission is to enable each and every student to learn effectively; to reduce achievement gaps; and to improve learning outcomes for all.
As a community of learners, created in the image of God, we inspire and nurture strong communities of faith with all partners in Catholic education.
STEWARDSHIP
PARENTING AND FAMILY LITERACY CENTRE
(Holy Family Catholic School)

More than 95 children - first time visitors

More than 1280 children - return visitors
In ALCDSB we are reaching out, letting students know that we notice and care, and we are continually looking for ways to foster the caring relationships that allow all students and staff to thrive. Building those positive relationships is the foundation for the well-being of our staff and students.
Our school communities reflect collaborative cultures where teachers, support staff and administrators work as a team to ensure success for all.
COMMUNITY BUILDING:
We nurture strong communities of faith with all partners in Catholic education – home, school, parish and community.
LEARNING IN MODERN CONTEXTS
The innovative use of technology fosters growth in Catholic character, citizenship, communication, critical thinking and problem solving, collaboration, creativity and imagination.
FOSTERING RELATIONSHIPS
STRONG COMMUNITIES OF FAITH
“As followers of Christ, it is not enough to have faith, but we also must proudly profess it and constantly bear witness to it.”
Our Catholic schools embrace Jesus’ call to be peacemakers.
PeaceQuest Committee from St. James Major
CATHOLIC CHARACTER & CULTURE:

Kindergarten - Faith Keepsake Boxes help parents and guardians foster their child’s spiritual and academic development.

Elementary Faith Conference - Opportunity for Faith Development and Faith Leadership.
THE ROOTS OF EMPATHY PROGRAM
Using the loving relationship between a parent and baby we teach children about empathy, social/emotional literacy, and resilience.
OUR FAITH
Following the canonization of Pope John XXIII on April 27, the elementary school in Kingston bearing his name was officially renamed St. John XXIII Catholic School
The highlight of Catholic Education Week 2014 was a joyful celebration of Eucharist at St. Paul the Apostle Church in Kingston.
In ALCDSB, the School Effectiveness Framework and our District Support Process frames a continuous cycle of school improvement.

New locally-created units of study that include Religious Education, Outdoor and Environmental Education, and Aboriginal Education were made available to elementary classrooms.
Catholic Leadership
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