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.
St. Pius X
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. On April 27, 2017 restricted enrolment procedures were implemented at Christ the King School. Based upon a review of current and future population trends for Christ the King School, the district has modified the restricted enrolment procedures. Please click the link below to see the letter that was provided to the school community on April 19, 2018.
Restricted Enrolment letter - April 19, 2018
Restricted Enrolment Letter – St. Isabella School
The district implemented restricted enrolment procedures at S. Isabella School in the fall of 2013. The designated school for students unable to be accommodated at St. Isabella is Cardinal Newman. Click the link below to see the letter sent to the school community outlining a second option for students who are wait-listed at St. Isabella.
Restricted Enrolment Letter - April 24, 2018
Boundary Articulation / School Administration Profile Development - Sherwood School
On September 19, 2017, the district hosted a Boundary Articulation Meeting at Mother Mary Greene School, for the purpose of presenting a proposal with respect to boundaries for the new Catholic school under construction in Sherwood. Based on input and feedback from that meeting, the district scheduled a second meeting on Thursday, November 23, from 7-8:30 p.m., at Mother Mary Greene School (115 Edenwold Drive NW). The purpose of this meeting was to present additional data that was not presented on September 19, present alternatives to the original proposal, and to seek input and feedback from the community with respect to the alternatives. Click the link below to access the documents from this meeting.
November 23 Presentation
November 23 Table Talk Feedback Q & A
Final Decision Letter
The Calgary Catholic School District consults with Catholic parents in
new school communities to consider and articulate the boundaries for the new
school. The district will host a Help Plan Our Future session on
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 7-9 p.m. at Mother Mary Greene School
Drive NW). The purpose of this meeting is to present the district’s proposal
with respect to the boundary for Sherwood school and seek input and feedback
from the community with respect to the proposal. In addition, parents will have
an opportunity to provide input into the qualities, attributes and
characteristics the community would like to see in their new Sherwood school
administration. For the new
Catholic school under construction in Sherwood, this consultation took place on
September 19. Click the link below to view the documents from this event:
September 19 Presentation
Sherwood School Site Details
September 19 Table Talk Feedback, Q&A