Monthly Archives: May 2017

Savvy Student Consumers!!

Public Board Motion: Re:         Financial Literacy Programming for School Curriculum Motion: Passed That the Board of Trustees lobbies government to develop financial literacy programming for implementation into the school curriculum. Walmart advertisement: ‘the average family saves $1200 a year shopping … Continue reading

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Grad Ceremony Participation and Religious Education Credits… Religion Classes are Critical & Foundational to Catholic Education.

It is important that I set the record straight surrounding media commentary on my proposed motion to review district practices related to mandated Religious Education classes. Contrary to what has been reported, I must relay that at no time have I ever suggested that religion is not an … Continue reading

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