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Yorkdale Central School
Home of the Royals
Sep 22, 2020
School Day 5
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The Yorkdale Central School Community Council (SCC) generally meets on in the first week of most months. Call the school to confirm.

School Community Councils will help to strengthen the capacity of schools to improve children's learning. By helping families to support their children's learning and by gathering the resources of the community to ensure student well-being Councils will make a valued contribution to the learning success of Saskatchewan students. School Community Councils replace all other entities as defined in legislation. School Community Councils are established within the authority of Boards of Education to ensure alignment of accountability, authority and responsibility among the schools of the Division.

The purpose of the School Community Council is to:

• develop shared responsibility for the learning success and well-being of all children and youth; and,

• encourage and facilitate parent and community engagement in school planning and improvement processes.

The SCC is an integral, purposeful and valued component of School Division governance.

(Local Accountability and Partnerships Panel, 2005)

In operation, the SCC utilizes its own constitution as well handbook resource from the Saskatchewan School Boards Association.


SCC Handbook for SCCs and Principals.pdf

Minutes from 2019-20 Meetings

SCC Meeting Minutes October 2019.pdf

October 2019 Parent Council Report FULL.pdf

SCC Meeting Minutes November AGM 2019.pdf

November 2019 Parent Council Report.pdf

SCC Meeting Minutes December 2019.pdf

December 2019 Parent Council Report.doc

SCC Meeting Minutes February 2020.pdf

February 2020 Parent Council Report.pdf

SCC Meeting Minutes March 2020.pdf

SCC Meeting via Zoom Minutes May 2020.pdf

SCC Meeting via Zoom Minutes June 2020.pdf

Minutes of Past Meetings will be posted for sharing.

January Meeting was spent with Sigmund Brouwer