Restricted Enrolment - Programs of Choice
Help Plan Our Future processes include the ability to meet with our public when there is a need to consider restricted enrolment procedures. It is appropriate to implement a public participation process when the district is in a position of having to inform parents that there is no room for them at their neighborhood school and their child must be redirected to another school. In the case of programs of choice, the parent is simply being advised that the program of choice they desire is unavailable to them, but they are not being redirected. Given that enrolment in programs of choice is monitored by the district, and the placement of new programs is an administrative decision determined on the basis of need, it is appropriate that there is no public participation when programs of choice are at or near capacity. Click the links below to see letters to parent's in schools offering a program of choice where enrolment has been restricted.
Holy Name School
St. Margaret School

Boundary Articulation - Mahogany School
A new Catholic School is under construction in Mahogany. In consideration of growth and enrolment projections for the community of Mahogany, the Calgary Catholic School District is recommending all K-6 students attend the new school in Mahogany and all grade 7-9 students attend Monsignor Smith School. The district will host a Help Plan Our Future session on May 29, 2017 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at St. Marguerite School (1100 New Brighton Drive SE). The purpose of this meeting is to review the rationale for the boundary decision as well as seek feedback with respect to the district recommendations. Please register by clicking the following link: http://tinyurl.com/May29RegisterMe

Boundary Articulation - Holy Child School (Silverado)
During the boundary articulation process for Holy Child School in Silverado, and as a part of that process, the district consulted with the communities of Somerset, South Shawnessy and Bridlewood. As a result of this consultation process, decisions were made that impact students residing in these communities. Parents were notified of any changes in a letter dated March 15, 2017. Please click the link below to see this letter.
March 15 letter to Msgr. O’Brien and Father Doucet School Communities

Restricted Enrolment - Christ the King School
In the boundary decision letter for Our Lady of the Rosary School, published in June, 2015, there were some stipulations with respect to future enrolment at Christ the King School. The letter stipulated that when it became necessary, new elementary students and siblings from north Cranston who would normally attend Christ the King would be redirected to Our Lady of the Rosary School. Click the link below to see the letter that was sent to the community when it became necessary to implement this redirection.
Restricted Enrolment Letter
Restricted Enrolment Revised Letter

Restricted Enrolment – Our Lady of Grace
Current Our Lady of Grace enrolment indicates the need for the implementation of a restricted enrolment process in order to ensure that future growth does not exceed the school’s capacity. It is important to note that the implementation of restricted enrolment will have no impact on students currently attending Our Lady of Grace. Restrictions will apply to future students seeking to register at the school. In order to obtain input and feedback from the public, the district held a public consultation meeting on February 23 at Our Lady of Grace School.
Restricted Enrolment Designated School
Final Decision Letter
February 23 Table Talk Feedback, Q&A
February 23 Presentation

Click the link below to see the invitation letter sent to the community.
February 23 Invitation Letter

Restricted Enrolment Consideration – Prince of Peace School
Current Prince of Peace enrolment indicates the need for the implementation of a restricted enrolment process in order to ensure that future growth does not exceed the school’s capacity. It is important to note that the implementation of restricted enrolment will have no impact on students currently attending Prince of Peace. Restrictions will apply to future students seeking to register at the school. This consultation took place on February 6, 2017. Click the link below to see the presentation, Table Talk Feedback Q&A, and Final Decision Letter arising from this meeting:
February 6 Presentation
Table Talk Feedback Q&A
Final Decision Letter
Restricted Enrolment Designated School

Airdrie Program & Student Accomodation
As the City of Airdrie continues to grow and develop, pressures emerge on school programs and student accommodation. In keeping with past practice, and in order to obtain the input of the communities served by CSSD schools in Airdrie, there continues to be a need to address program planning complexities and explore sustainable solutions that would accommodate future growth. The district held a public consultation meeting on February 2. Click the link below to see the presentation and Table Talk Feedback, Q&A from February 2.
Update - December 19, 2016
Update - November 29, 2016
February 2 Presentation
Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers

Click the link below to see the decision arising from this process and the invitation to the next meeting scheduled for March 22.
Decision Letter and March 22 Invite
March 22 Presentation
March 22 Table Talk Feedback Q&A

School and Program Closure Consideration
On October 19, 2016, the Board of Trustees passed a motion to consider the closure of the Congregated Learning Disabilities Program at St. Anthony School. A public meeting was held on November 8, 2016 at 7 p.m. at St. Anthony School. Click the links below to see the November 8 presentation and the Table Talk Feedback, Questions and Answers.
Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers
November 8, 2016 Presentation
Letter to St. Anthony School Community – October 24, 2016
Letter to Parents Notifying of Extension

Click the link below to see the letter communicating the final decision on this matter:
Final Decision Letter – January 19, 2017

At the board meeting on January 18, the board voted on the closure motion. Click the links below to see the information presented to the board, and the Final Decision letter notifying parents of the decision.
Presentation to the Board
Final Decision Letter

After consulting with parents, a decision was made with respect to the year round nature of the Learning Disabilities Program. Click the link below to see the letter sent home to the community regarding year round education.
March 6 Letter to St. Anthony School community

After consulting with parents, a decision was made with respect to the year round nature of the Learning Disabilities Program. Click the link below to see the letter sent home to the community regarding year round education.
March 6 Letter to St. Anthony School community

Click the link below to view the letter sent to the school community on May 12, 2017 regarding an adjustment to the school calendar:
May 12 Letter to Parents

Legacy High School Boundary Articulation
This public consultation process will include several meetings. A focus group consisting of representatives from school councils representing schools south of Fish Creek Park/130 Avenue S has been struck, and the work of this focus group will guide the district throughout the process. Please click the links below to see the presentations and Table Talk Feedback, Questions and Answers document from each of the public participation meetings as well as the final decision letter that was shared with the community.
Final Decision Letter
January 30 Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers
January 30 Presentation
November 23 Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers
November 23 Presentation

Principal Appointed to Legacy High School
Based upon the feedback received at the November 23 public consultation meeting and the School Administration Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics that was generated as a result of input at this meeting, the district has appointed a principal to the new Catholic high school under construction in Legacy. Click the link below to see the details of this appointment.
Principal Appointment Letter

Legacy High School Administration Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics
At the public consultation session on November 23, 2016, participants developed the School Administration: Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics document. It will be used to assist in the appointment process of the School Principal Administration.
School Administration: Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics

School Administration Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics
Prior to the selection of a principal for a new school, the Calgary Catholic School District consults with Catholic parents in the new school community to consider and articulate the competencies and attributes that the community would require of the school administrative team. Calgary Catholic School District then utilizes these competencies and attributes in the selection of the school-based administrators for the new school. Click the links below to see the documents arising from the feedback from these meetings

2016-2017 Meetings

Restricted Enrolment - Programs of Choice
Help Plan Our Future processes include the ability to meet with our public when there is a need to consider restricted enrolment procedures. It is appropriate to implement a public participation process when the district is in a position of having to inform parents that there is no room for them at their neighborhood school and their child must be redirected to another school. In the case of programs of choice, the parent is simply being advised that the program of choice they desire is unavailable to them, but they are not being redirected. Given that enrolment in programs of choice is monitored by the district, and the placement of new programs is an administrative decision determined on the basis of need, it is appropriate that there is no public participation when programs of choice are at or near capacity. Click the links below to see letters to parent's in schools offering a program of choice where enrolment has been restricted.
Holy Name School
St. Margaret School

Boundary Articulation - Mahogany School
A new Catholic School is under construction in Mahogany. In consideration of growth and enrolment projections for the community of Mahogany, the Calgary Catholic School District is recommending all K-6 students attend the new school in Mahogany and all grade 7-9 students attend Monsignor Smith School. The district will host a Help Plan Our Future session on May 29, 2017 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at St. Marguerite School (1100 New Brighton Drive SE). The purpose of this meeting is to review the rationale for the boundary decision as well as seek feedback with respect to the district recommendations. Please register by clicking the following link: http://tinyurl.com/May29RegisterMe

Boundary Articulation - Holy Child School (Silverado)
During the boundary articulation process for Holy Child School in Silverado, and as a part of that process, the district consulted with the communities of Somerset, South Shawnessy and Bridlewood. As a result of this consultation process, decisions were made that impact students residing in these communities. Parents were notified of any changes in a letter dated March 15, 2017. Please click the link below to see this letter.
March 15 letter to Msgr. O’Brien and Father Doucet School Communities

Restricted Enrolment - Christ the King School
In the boundary decision letter for Our Lady of the Rosary School, published in June, 2015, there were some stipulations with respect to future enrolment at Christ the King School. The letter stipulated that when it became necessary, new elementary students and siblings from north Cranston who would normally attend Christ the King would be redirected to Our Lady of the Rosary School. Click the link below to see the letter that was sent to the community when it became necessary to implement this redirection.
Restricted Enrolment Letter
Restricted Enrolment Revised Letter

Restricted Enrolment – Our Lady of Grace
Current Our Lady of Grace enrolment indicates the need for the implementation of a restricted enrolment process in order to ensure that future growth does not exceed the school’s capacity. It is important to note that the implementation of restricted enrolment will have no impact on students currently attending Our Lady of Grace. Restrictions will apply to future students seeking to register at the school. In order to obtain input and feedback from the public, the district held a public consultation meeting on February 23 at Our Lady of Grace School.
Restricted Enrolment Designated School
Final Decision Letter
February 23 Table Talk Feedback, Q&A
February 23 Presentation

Click the link below to see the invitation letter sent to the community.
February 23 Invitation Letter

Restricted Enrolment Consideration – Prince of Peace School
Current Prince of Peace enrolment indicates the need for the implementation of a restricted enrolment process in order to ensure that future growth does not exceed the school’s capacity. It is important to note that the implementation of restricted enrolment will have no impact on students currently attending Prince of Peace. Restrictions will apply to future students seeking to register at the school. This consultation took place on February 6, 2017. Click the link below to see the presentation, Table Talk Feedback Q&A, and Final Decision Letter arising from this meeting:
February 6 Presentation
Table Talk Feedback Q&A
Final Decision Letter
Restricted Enrolment Designated School

Airdrie Program & Student Accomodation
As the City of Airdrie continues to grow and develop, pressures emerge on school programs and student accommodation. In keeping with past practice, and in order to obtain the input of the communities served by CSSD schools in Airdrie, there continues to be a need to address program planning complexities and explore sustainable solutions that would accommodate future growth. The district held a public consultation meeting on February 2. Click the link below to see the presentation and Table Talk Feedback, Q&A from February 2.
Update - December 19, 2016
Update - November 29, 2016
February 2 Presentation
Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers

Click the link below to see the decision arising from this process and the invitation to the next meeting scheduled for March 22.
Decision Letter and March 22 Invite
March 22 Presentation
March 22 Table Talk Feedback Q&A

School and Program Closure Consideration
On October 19, 2016, the Board of Trustees passed a motion to consider the closure of the Congregated Learning Disabilities Program at St. Anthony School. A public meeting was held on November 8, 2016 at 7 p.m. at St. Anthony School. Click the links below to see the November 8 presentation and the Table Talk Feedback, Questions and Answers.
Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers
November 8, 2016 Presentation
Letter to St. Anthony School Community – October 24, 2016
Letter to Parents Notifying of Extension

Click the link below to see the letter communicating the final decision on this matter:
Final Decision Letter – January 19, 2017

At the board meeting on January 18, the board voted on the closure motion. Click the links below to see the information presented to the board, and the Final Decision letter notifying parents of the decision.
Presentation to the Board
Final Decision Letter

After consulting with parents, a decision was made with respect to the year round nature of the Learning Disabilities Program. Click the link below to see the letter sent home to the community regarding year round education.
March 6 Letter to St. Anthony School community

After consulting with parents, a decision was made with respect to the year round nature of the Learning Disabilities Program. Click the link below to see the letter sent home to the community regarding year round education.
March 6 Letter to St. Anthony School community

Click the link below to view the letter sent to the school community on May 12, 2017 regarding an adjustment to the school calendar:
May 12 Letter to Parents

Legacy High School Boundary Articulation
This public consultation process will include several meetings. A focus group consisting of representatives from school councils representing schools south of Fish Creek Park/130 Avenue S has been struck, and the work of this focus group will guide the district throughout the process. Please click the links below to see the presentations and Table Talk Feedback, Questions and Answers document from each of the public participation meetings as well as the final decision letter that was shared with the community.
Final Decision Letter
January 30 Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers
January 30 Presentation
November 23 Table Talk Feedback, Questions & Answers
November 23 Presentation

Principal Appointed to Legacy High School
Based upon the feedback received at the November 23 public consultation meeting and the School Administration Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics that was generated as a result of input at this meeting, the district has appointed a principal to the new Catholic high school under construction in Legacy. Click the link below to see the details of this appointment.
Principal Appointment Letter

Legacy High School Administration Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics
At the public consultation session on November 23, 2016, participants developed the School Administration: Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics document. It will be used to assist in the appointment process of the School Principal Administration.
School Administration: Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics

School Administration Qualities, Attributes and Characteristics
Prior to the selection of a principal for a new school, the Calgary Catholic School District consults with Catholic parents in the new school community to consider and articulate the competencies and attributes that the community would require of the school administrative team. Calgary Catholic School District then utilizes these competencies and attributes in the selection of the school-based administrators for the new school. Click the links below to see the documents arising from the feedback from these meetings

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