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The SHINE Club is seeking racialized BIPOC Volunteer Facilitators

The SHINE Club is Seeking Racialized BIPOC Volunteer Facilitators

The SHINE Club is seeking racialized BIPOC individuals who self-identity as; Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Colour, to serve as volunteer facilitators and to work with racialized BIPOC children within ALCDSB schools and children/youth serving organizations in the Trenton, Belleville and Kingston regions.
Hon. Todd Smith, Minister of Education

Minister of Education visits ALCDSB Ready, Set, School Program

The ALCDSB Applied Behaviour Analysis Team welcomed the Honourable Todd Smith, Minister of Education, school board trustees and members of the senior team to St. Michael Catholic School this week to learn about the Board’s the Ready, Set, School Program.

Board Approves 2024/2025 Budget

On June 18, 2024 the Board of Trustees approved an operating revenue budget and a capital budget for the 2024/2025 school year.
Ross Maracle stands with daughter Audrey and son Robby, during Indigenous People's Day event at St. Gregory Catholic School.

St. Gregory Hosts 2nd Annual Indigenous People’s Day Event

Junior and intermediate students at St. Gregory Catholic School in Picton celebrated Indigenous People’s Day with an event led by siblings Robby, grade 8 and his sister Audrey, grade 9, who began the tradition with her class last year.
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  • 5 elementary French immersion sites
  • 5 adult learning sites
  • 12,000 students
  • 1,374 full time employees
  • 8,203 elementary students
  • 3,784 secondary students

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Our Mission:​ The ALCDSB builds faith-filled learning communities where each member is loved, inspired, and successful.
Our Vision:​We imagine a world where all are empowered to reach their full potential through faith and service.