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School board trustees are locally-elected representatives of the public, and they are the community's advocate for public education. They are required to carry out their responsibilities in a manner that assists the board in fulfilling its duties under the Education Act.
A trustee's role is to maintain a focus on student achievement and well-being and to participate in making decisions that benefit the entire board district while representing the interests of his or her constituents. Trustees must also communicate the views and decisions of the board back to their constituents.
Learn how to become a Catholic School Trustee. This website provides information about the role, responsibilities and expectations, and a detailed overview that covers the following information:
"He or she who seeks the office of trustee is seeking an honourable office." - G. Emmett Cardinal Carter