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The Religious Dimension Of Education In Edmonton Catholic Schools

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“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools”
Edmonton Catholic Schools engaged in an extensive consultative process in establishing the district’s goals for its three year plan 1996 – 1999.

The district’s mission statement was presented through the 1997 – 1998 school year in a series of commissioning activities and shared throughout the district.

The mission statement of the district emanates from the mandate of the Board of Trustees and from the common beliefs of the Catholic community.

The phrase “Catholic education” (as seen in the mission statement) focuses and guides the activity of the Edmonton Catholic School community.

“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools”  is an expression of the district’s mission to become a Catholic education community. Only by becoming a Catholic education community, does the district live up to its mission statement.

“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools” relates to all district documents. Specifically, it

  • connects to all district goals;
  • corresponds to Common Essential Learning Outcome (CELO) #1 directly and relates
    to all CELOs in an integrative fashion;
  • embraces objectives, initiatives, programs outlined in other district and school documents such as School Growth Plans, Annual Reports, Board Governance;
  • most recently, pervades the intent of the Board of Trustees’ position of understanding on Catholic Education (January 13-15, 1999).


“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools” attempts to describe the religious foundation for the living out, the witnessing, the manifestation of
our Catholic identity in all our endeavors.

“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools”

  • outlines characteristics of Catholic identity
  • links components of Catholic identity to Catholic education
  • provides indicators that reflect the meaning and expression of Catholic education
  • issues calls to action.​

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The Religious Dimension Of Education In Edmonton Catholic Schools

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“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools”
Edmonton Catholic Schools engaged in an extensive consultative process in establishing the district’s goals for its three year plan 1996 – 1999.

The district’s mission statement was presented through the 1997 – 1998 school year in a series of commissioning activities and shared throughout the district.

The mission statement of the district emanates from the mandate of the Board of Trustees and from the common beliefs of the Catholic community.

The phrase “Catholic education” (as seen in the mission statement) focuses and guides the activity of the Edmonton Catholic School community.

“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools”  is an expression of the district’s mission to become a Catholic education community. Only by becoming a Catholic education community, does the district live up to its mission statement.

“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools” relates to all district documents. Specifically, it

  • connects to all district goals;
  • corresponds to Common Essential Learning Outcome (CELO) #1 directly and relates
    to all CELOs in an integrative fashion;
  • embraces objectives, initiatives, programs outlined in other district and school documents such as School Growth Plans, Annual Reports, Board Governance;
  • most recently, pervades the intent of the Board of Trustees’ position of understanding on Catholic Education (January 13-15, 1999).


“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools” attempts to describe the religious foundation for the living out, the witnessing, the manifestation of
our Catholic identity in all our endeavors.

“The Religious Dimension of Education in Edmonton Catholic Schools”

  • outlines characteristics of Catholic identity
  • links components of Catholic identity to Catholic education
  • provides indicators that reflect the meaning and expression of Catholic education
  • issues calls to action.​