|Parent Representatives||Staff Representatives|
|Charlene Cox||Alex Caden|
|Finola Hogan||Nathalie Collins|
|Anny Lecault||Rob Gilmartin
|Karen Margossian||Melissa Hunter|
|Robert Paul||Stacey Keating
(as of December 2016)
|Kiley Philp||Pascale Leblanc|
|Myret Smith||Josée Thauvette|
|Student Representatives||Community Representatives|
Commissioner: Noel Burke (invited)
What is a Governing Board?
The Governing Board at Lindsay Place is a collaborative body that shares responsibility for the school with the principal. It plays a central role in adopting the school’s orientations, offering quality educational services, and attaining the results that the school is seeking. The Governing Board's decision making is guided by keeping the best interests of all Lindsay Place students at heart.
Roles and Functions
Approves student supervision, rules of conduct and discipline.
Approves the implementation of basic school regulations, program of study and time allocation for subjects, proposed by the principal.
Adopts the school’s annual budget.
Approves all field trips (which include any activity where students leave the school property and/or where a cost is involved).
Approves the use of the school facility for rental purposes after school hours.
May be called to be consulted on and informed of text books and instructional materials required for the teaching of programs.
The governing board may also be asked to consult on school board policies and consultations:
Safe and caring schools
Field trips and extra curricular activities
Major school change
Criteria for selection of a principal
Appropriate use of the computer internet communication
Food and nutrition
Use of facilities
Comments and questions....
Parents we need your input in order to properly represent your point of view. We need to know what you're thinking, what concerns you have, and what you want Lindsay Place High School to be.
If you have any questions to ask or if you want to voice your concerns, you may do so by emailing the chair.
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