St. Boniface Catholic School Council will meet a minimum of 4 times during the school year, with meetings open to all members of the school community.

2022/ 2023 School Council Co-Chairs: Stephanie Sommerville, Craig LeBlanc

St. Boniface Catholic School Advisory Council Constitution

St. Boniface CSAC October 25 2022

St. Boniface CSAC December 7 2022

Next meeting: Feb 27, 2023 @ 7:30 pm

Catholic School Council Prayer

God, the source of every good gift
You have called us together as servants to do your will
Grant us the light of your Spirit
To guide us in our responsibilities as a School Council
May we work together in harmony for the common good
May we listen to one another in a spirit of genuine respect
May we encourage and reverence one another’s unique talents
May we use the gifts of the Spirit in creative Christian leadership
May we approach our decision making through discernment and prayer
May we respond effectively to the needs of the children in our care
God of Love
You give us the gifts of the Holy Spirit
For the common good
May your blessings radiate from us to others
In a new spirit of service
We ask this through Jesus Christ
The Light of the World


Objective for School Councils

  • To place the overall interests of students first
  • To advise the principal and where appropriate, the Board
  • To help parents and partners share responsibility for student success
  • To enhance parent, parish, and community involvement
  • To promote effective relationships among home, school, parish, and community
  • To provide a forum for discussions on school success
  • To help parents, parish, and community members share their views
  • To promote positive attitudes towards Catholic education

Characteristics of Effective School Councils

  • Focus on student learning and the best interests of all students are actively involved in setting school priorities for improving student achievement
  • Promote meaningful parental, parish, and community involvement and actively seek the views of their school communities
  • Have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities
  • Include members who represent the diverse views of their school communities
  • Keep well informed about school and board policies and procedures
  • Have clear and consistent processes for decision making
  • Communicate with the community about their activities
  • Maintain high ethical standards
  • Have members who have developed mutual trust and respect for one another