Our School Council


Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School ,

School Council


The members for 2018-2019

Chairperson: Joanne Laskoski, jmlasko22@gmail.com 

Treasurer: Laurie Brown

Secretary: Joanne Laskoski / Roxeanne Marberl

Parish Representative: Nora Caputo

CSPA Representative: Roxeanne Marberl 

Community Representative: Jodi Ellen Chamberlin Caroccetto

Teacher Representative: Karen Kyle


Council Meeting Dates for 2018-2019 (5 in total) are held on Tuesday evenings

in the Learning Commons (library) at 6:30 pm on the second level of the school:

October 2, October 16, January 15, April 16 and May 14.

All parents and guardians are welcome.

Mrs. Joanne Laskoski, Chairperson


School Council News


 Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School's School Council

The School Council is made up of a group of parents, a teacher representative, a parish representative, two student representatives and the Principal. Their goal is to enrich the school experience of all students, make LBP a welcoming and supportive place for our children to learn and grow, and to provide advice to the Principal and the School Board of matters affecting the children’s learning.

All meetings are held in the Learning Commons (school library) at 6:30 p.m. All parents and guardians are welcome.

Thank you
Mrs. Joanne Laskoski







 

School Council News


Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School Parent Council

The School Council is made up of a group of parents, a teacher representative, a parish representative, 2 student representatives and the Principal. Their goal is to enrich the school experience of all students, make LBP a welcoming and supportive place for our children to learn and grow as well as to provide advice to the Principal and the School Board of matters affecting the children’s learning.

All meetings are held in the Learning Commons (school library) at 7:00pm. All parents and guardians are welcome.

Thank you
Mrs. Joanne Laskoski


OCSB Parent Involvement Committee (PIC)


The Ottawa Catholic School Board Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) is a provincially mandated committee made up of parents, a trustee, a principal and the Director of Education. The purpose of PIC is to support, encourage and enhance parent engagement at the school board level in order to improve student achievement and well-being. The parent members of the OCSB PIC are appointed by CSPA.

Learn more about OCSB's PIC on the PIC page of the Board website.



The Catholic School Parents’ Association (CSPA)
 is a volunteer group representing the parents in our school board. We are a resource for school councils and the parent community for information on local and provincial education issues. Through our website, Twitter, and email newsletters we provide updates on education in Ottawa & Ontario; plus we share great tips, resources and information to help parents support their children in school. All parents are welcome and encouraged to join our e-mail list, follow us on Twitter or attend CSPA monthly meetings.

Visit the CSPA website to learn more about CSPA and the work we do to support parents and their children in our schools.


 

School Council Meetings

All meetings are held in the Learning Commons (school library) Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. This year's meetings will be held on October 2, October 16, January 15, April 16 and May 14. All parents and guardians are welcome.

For more information, please contact 

Joanne Laskoski at jmlasko22@gmail.com.

Minutes and agendas from the 2018-2019 
School Year:


Community Events:

Check back here regularly for the latest listing of events
happening in our neighbourhood and the greater Ottawa 
area!

 School Council Elections
Elections for the 2018-2019 LBP School Council will be held on Tuesday, October 2, at 6:30 p.m. in the Learning Commons. Immediately following the elections, we will hold our first LBP School Council meeting of the new school year. 
  
Anxiety in School-Aged Children 
 
Wed. Oct. 10, 2018
Speaker: 
D
r. Jean Clinton 
St. Paul High School:  

7:00 - 9:00 PM


Both parents and teachers are expressing increased concern about the number of children exhibiting anxiety. This talk will explore what some of the causes may be and some strategies for helping.

 
Register Now: bit.ly/CSPAanxiety2018