At this time Bishop Kidd does not have sufficient members for a school council to form. Due to the unique circumstances of this school year, all School Council meeting dates are to take place online. For this purpose we are planning on using an online platform to host school council meetings this year. Our first proposed meeting date is on Tuesday, September 29 th at 6:30pm. Please email mark.engelhardt@cssd.ab.ca back by September 22, 2020 of your interest in attending this meeting.

Below is the role of school council with Bishop Kidd school.

School councils provide an opportunity for parents, school administration, teachers, community members and students to work together towards achieving a more vibrant and effective school community. All parents with children attending school are members of their local school council and are encouraged to participate in council activities. Councils usually meet on a monthly basis. In addition, school council chairs meet with one another, district administrators and members of the Board of Trustees at district-wide meetings.

School councils, working with their principals, create a community spirit that makes a school more than just a school. They create a learning environment where students feel the commitment of their principal, teachers and parents working toward a common goal: creating teaching and learning environments where students reach their potential and achieve at the highest levels in all areas of learning.



School Council

At this time Bishop Kidd does not have sufficient members for a school council to form. Due to the unique circumstances of this school year, all School Council meeting dates are to take place online. For this purpose we are planning on using an online platform to host school council meetings this year. Our first proposed meeting date is on Tuesday, September 29 th at 6:30pm. Please email mark.engelhardt@cssd.ab.ca back by September 22, 2020 of your interest in attending this meeting.

Below is the role of school council with Bishop Kidd school.

School councils provide an opportunity for parents, school administration, teachers, community members and students to work together towards achieving a more vibrant and effective school community. All parents with children attending school are members of their local school council and are encouraged to participate in council activities. Councils usually meet on a monthly basis. In addition, school council chairs meet with one another, district administrators and members of the Board of Trustees at district-wide meetings.

School councils, working with their principals, create a community spirit that makes a school more than just a school. They create a learning environment where students feel the commitment of their principal, teachers and parents working toward a common goal: creating teaching and learning environments where students reach their potential and achieve at the highest levels in all areas of learning.