October 24, 2018
School Boards

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Providing students with a quality public education that empowers them with the knowledge and desire to chase their dreams requires a continuous team effort. It demands that teachers, principals, support staff, senior administration and trustees maintain an unwavering focus on student learning. In today’s society, it is essential for students to have strong literacy and numeracy skills. The staff are diligent in their efforts to support students and help them achieve success in these core areas. This approach involves recognizing that all students are unique individuals, assessing their needs, and then tailoring specific programs to boost their confidence and improve their skills.

The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario proclaims its Catholic faith by: Nurturing and celebrating the hearts, minds, bodies and souls of our students. Learning through faith, living with hope, loving in Christ. Teaching wisdom, teaching love and helping eachothers. 

Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board is committed to a vibrant Catholic education, we ensure quality learning experiences through community partnerships that nurture each student in body, mind and spirit and embrace the teachings of Christ giving witness to Gospel values.

The Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board provides a Christ-centred education to over 10,000 students.It employs over 700 teachers who are supported by a team of consultants, principals and administrators. Over 300 non-academic staff ensure that the best possible facilities, supports and resources are available to teachers, students and the system. The Board encompasses the broad geographical area of the City of Brantford and the counties of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk. 

Bluewater District School Board currently has approximately 16,600 students in 41 elementary schools and 11 secondary schools. The board employs about 3,000 permanent and casual staff. There are 9 elected trustees on the Board and two appointed First Nations trustees. Bluewater students and staff continue to be recognized at the provincial and national levels in the arts, science, athletics, language, the environment and the skilled trades.  Our graduation rates continue to increase and 90% of primary classes have 20 or fewer students. French Immersion is offered in 14 schools in the district and 2 schools offer First Nations languages as a second language.

It is a Catholic School board system, work in partnership with home, parish and community, on its journey to understand and live the way of Jesus Christ. Committed to excellence in Catholic education and to lifelong learning, and contributing citizens in a world of constant challenge.

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