Niagara Catholic District School Board - Profil
Niagara Catholic was incorporated on January 1, 1998, following the amalgamation of the Lincoln County Roman Catholic Separate School Board, and the Welland County Roman Catholic Separate School Board. Niagara Catholic covers a geographic area of 1,868 square kilometres, and serves more than 90,000 Catholic ratepayers. Today, we have more than 21,000 students in our Catholic elementary, secondary and alternative learning schools. Our students come from 112 countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe , and speak 58 languages, from Albanian to Vietnamese. Our Logo Our corporate logo was adopted at that time. The Board logo incorporates a cross and a plant symbolizing a caring, nurturing Catholic environment where individuals grow as students and as Christians. The colours of blue and green used in the logo represent the water and land associated with the Niagara Region. The caring Christian environment is communicated visually by enclosing one object within another, the plant within the cross. The plant represents the growth of our students in all areas as they develop and mature.
What We Believe
Catholic schools are much more than places where prayer and learning come together; they are places where our faith comes to life. We believe that our students and staff are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus, and we are all children of God. Students in Catholic schools follow the Ontario curriculum, and everything we do – from teaching core subjects to activities, clubs and teams – is done from a distinctly Catholic perspective. About Learners and Learning We believe that: -Learners are called by God to fulfill their potential -All learners are gifted by God and can learn -Learning is an interactive process -Learning is an enriching experience -Learning is for eternity About Teachers and Teaching We believe that: -Teachers are called by God to serve -Jesus Christ is the model for teaching -Teachers are role models for living -Teaching is shaped by the learner -Teaching is for tomorrow About Catholic Learning Communities We believe that: -Catholic learning communities are called by God to celebrate their gifts -Catholic learning communities are Christ-centered -Catholic learning communities share the commitment for all learners and learning -Catholic learning communities have a global vision -Catholic learning communities are transformational
In January, 1997 the Minister of Education and Training announced that, as part of its plan to restructure the education system in Ontario, the number of school boards in the province would be reduced from 129 to 66 and replaced by new “District” school boards, effective January 1, 1998. As part of the amalgamation of school boards, the Welland County Roman Catholic Separate School Board and the Lincoln County Roman Catholic Separate School Board became the Niagara Catholic District School Board, on January 1, 1998. The Niagara Catholic District School Board covers an area of 1868 sq. km and is responsible for providing Catholic education to approximately 22,500 students in the Niagara Region.
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