- How do I obtain a transcript?
- How do I enrol my child at a Catholic School?
- What do I do if I want to home school my child?
- What are the steps I can take to resolve an issue?
- When are the school PD Days/Holidays?
- Where do I find information on what bus my child takes, or who do I contact about transportation?
- Who is my Trustee and how do I contact them?
- I am looking for a venue for an event. Is it possible to use a school?
- I would like to show support for the Catholic Education System. How do I go about redirecting my taxes to the Catholic System?
- I have concerns about the Ministry's updated Health and Physical Education Curriculum. How will it be implemented in our Catholic Schools?
How do I obtain a transcript?
contact the school you last attended to obtain copies of your
transcripts. Click here to see the list of schools in our board.
How do I enrol my child at a Catholic school?
Click here to see the list of schools so you may contact your local school to make arrangements. This link will also have information on registration and enrolment.
What do I do if I want to homeschool my child?
If you are considering home schooling your child, please see
your school principal to discuss any concerns you may have. Information
on home schooling can be found at the following link: A-2008-01-3 Home Schooling Administrative Procedures.pdf or contact the Office of the Director at 613-354-6257 x445
What are the steps I can take to resolve an issue?
ALCDSB, your child is our top priority.
We understand that we have been entrusted to provide high quality
education in a safe and caring environment. If at any time you have a
concern about something within your school, please refer to the Board's Communications, Concerns and Complaint Resolutions Policy and Procedures. As per the Board's Procedures, the following is a step
by step guide for parents/guardians:
Step 1: The issue or concern is to be discussed with the classroom teacher.
Step 2: If the parent/guardian and the teacher are not able to resolve the issue, it will be discussed with the school Principal. The Principal will gather facts to clarify the problem and work to resolve the matter as quickly as possible.
Step 3: If the parent/guardian and the school Principal are not able to resolve the issue, contact is made with the school Superintendent. The Superintendent will review the matter as it relates to established policies and procedures and respond to the parent/guardian and Principal about the concern.
Step 4: If the parent/guardian and the Superintendent are not able to resolve the issue, the parent/guardian may request the matter be reviewed by the Director of Education. The Director of Education (or designate) will review the matter and communicate directly with the complainant or through the Superintendent.
When are the school PD Days/Holidays?
2016/2017 School Year Calendar
Where do I find information on what bus my child takes or who do I contact about transportation?
Please visit the Triboard website for information regarding transportation
Who is my
Trustee and how do I contact them?
Please click here to see a list of our current Trustees.
I am looking for a venue for an event. Is it possible to use a school?
Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board supports
the Ministry of Education’s Community Use of Schools initiative to ensure
affordable access to school space, outside of school hours, by not-for-profit
An individual or group may request the use of a
school or facility by contacting the school Principal directly. All conditions
and fees must be agreed to prior to the application being submitted for
approval. Once the Principal has conditionally approved the application, the
custodial and rental fees will be confirmed, and any other relevant conditions
for the event will be communicated. All invoices must be agreed to, and paid
for, prior to the event. The initial application to the Principal must be completed
in full, including insurance questions and email address, a minimum of 14 days
before the first requested date.
requesting the use of school space
Read and agree to the Regulations Regarding the Community Use of School
Facilities and Properties
Identify your group on the Group Types list
Complete the Community Use of Schools:
Permit Application form in full
Contact the school principal from
Permit approval is subject to user groups having
appropriate insurance coverage.
All groups and individuals must have liability
insurance. A community user group must carry comprehensive general liability
insurance for an amount not less than $2,000,000. The insurance policy must
cover the activities of the Authorized User and the activities of any other
person for whom the party is responsible. The Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic
District School Board must be named as an additional insured on the policy. You
may obtain an Insurance Certificate by contacting your insurance agent.
Note: All commercial activity requires an
Method 2: Ontario
School Board Insurance Exchange (OSBIE)
Note: This method is only available for
not-for-profit organizations and non-commercial activity.
School Boards are committed to community use of
schools. Obtaining individual coverage in the insurance marketplace can be cost
prohibitive. In our efforts to minimize costs associated with this use, OSBIE
has implemented an insurance program which allows facility users, who do not
have access to an insurance program, to obtain coverage in an affordable,
I would like to show support for the Catholic Education System. How do I go about redirecting my taxes to the Catholic System?
Catholic Ratepayers have the unique opportunity to choose to declare
their support designation for Catholic Education. When you designate your tax
support for Catholic Schools, you are sending the government a powerful
message. You are making your voice heard in support of Catholic Education—a
right of Catholics in Ontario for over 150 years
How do I redirect my taxes to support
If you are:
You need to complete the directionSchoolSupportForm.pdf
If you are:
You need to complete the following forms
Completed forms should be forwarded to: MPAC, P.O. Box 9808, Toronto, ON M1S 5T9
have any questions about re-directing your taxes or need assistance in regards
to the completion of the tax support forms, please contact the ALCDSB,
Assessment Department, Toll Free Tel: 1-800-581-1116, or (613) 354-6257
Ext.#455 or by email: email@example.com
I have concerns about the Ministry's updated Health and Physical Education Curriculum. How will it be implemented in our Catholic Schools?
For over 35 years, Catholic schools in Ontario have been teaching a family life program which covers human development and sexual health. Under the guidance of the Catholic Bishops of Ontario, the Fully Alive program was written to provide a distinct Catholic framework for family life education. Our Family Life program is closely tied with our Religious Education program, is embedded across curriculum areas, and is designed to encourage children to become the people God wants them to be – to be fully alive.
As a publicly funded Catholic school system in Ontario, we teach all curriculum through the lens of our faith. Human development and sexual health are no exception. As Catholic educators, we understand that parents and guardians are the primary educators of their children and their role in the teaching of family life issues is pivotal and vital. In our Catholic school system, parents, the Church and the school cooperate in supporting our vision of life through our Fully Alive Program.
As a Catholic school community, we will continue to offer a holistic curriculum that is shaped by a Catholic work view, and is faithful to the tradition and teachings of the Church.
You can find more information on the Fully Alive Program by visiting the Ontario Bishops' website at: http://www.acbo.on.ca/englishweb/fullyalive.htm