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COMMISSIONERS' LOCAL, CONFERENCE, TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSES





Resolution - Electoral Division Boundaries

Résolution - Limites des circonscriptions électorales
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BY-LAW 1(2014) - A BY-LAW TO FIX THE DAY/TIME/PLACE OF
THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE COUNCIL OF COMMISSIONERS

Article 1 - Public meetings of the Council of Commissioners of the Lester B. Pearson School Board are normally held on the last Monday of each month.  These meetings shall be held in the Board Room (C101) at 1925 Brookdale Avenue, Dorval, and shall commence at 7:30 p.m.

Article 2 - The necessity of holding a meeting during the month of July will be at the discretion of the Council of Commissioners.

Article 3  - For the 2014-2015 school year, the meeting dates for the Council shall be:
2014 2015
Monday, August 25
Monday, January 26
Monday, September 15 (Exception)
Monday, February 23
October - No Meeting
Monday, March 30
Monday, November 24
Monday, April 27
Monday, December 15 (Exception)
Monday, May 25

Monday, June 29
 



A BY-LAW TO FIX THE DAY, TIME AND PLACE OF THE REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

BY-LAW 1E(2014)
Article 1 - Public meetings of the Executive Committee of the Lester B. Pearson School Board are normally held on the second-to-last Monday of each month. These meetings shall be held in the Board Room (C101) at 1925 Brookdale Avenue, Dorval, and shall  commence at 5:30 p.m.

Article 2 For the 2014-2015 school year, the meeting dates for the Executive Committee shall be:
2014 2015
Monday, July 7 (Exception)
Monday, January 19
Monday, August 18
Monday, February 16
Monday, September 8 (Exception)
Monday, March 23
October - No Meeting
Monday, April 20
November - No Meeting
Tuesday, May 19 (Exception)
Monday, December 8 (Exception)
Monday, June 22







The Council of Commissioners
The Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) is administered by a 23-member Council of Commissioners; 21 are elected by qualified registered electors in electoral divisions that cover the Board’s territory from Verdun to the Ontario border, plus two Commissioners elected annually by the Central Parents’ Committee. These parent representatives have the same rights and obligations as an elected Commissioner except that they do not vote at the Council’s public meetings.

The Council of Commissioners sets policy and administers the operation of the LBPSB, which has an annual budget of more than $200 million and over 4,000 full and part-time employees. General elections for the post of Commissioner are usually held every four years, but the government has prolonged the current term to an, as yet, undetermined date.

Commissioners receive an annual stipend, decreed by the provincial government, according to the size of the school board’s population. While the Council meets at the end of each month, making decisions in public by majority vote, it has also established many study committees to examine areas of Board operations. Such committees include, but are not limited to: Youth, Adult and Vocational Education; Human Resources; Audit; Governance and Ethics; Transportation; Facilities; and Communications. Most meetings are held in the evening, following the end of the regular workday, and each Commissioner normally attends several such sessions per month.
 
Commissioners make every effort to stay in touch with the school-based organizations that operate in their electoral division, in order to keep abreast of current issues. While the official spokesperson for the Board is the Chairman, Commissioners attend community and school-based meetings to act as a liaison. They do not guide, direct, or lead discussions or debate, and are subject to the regulations of the Education Act and policies of the LBPSB. Commissioners must also comply with conflict of interest regulations, as they apply to all elected officials in Quebec.


Suanne Stein Day
Chairman of the Board
Ward 16

Angela Nolet
Vice-Chair
Ward 20

Martin Sherman
Chairman of Executive
Ward 13




Ward 1

Sergio Borja
Ward 2

Ruben Fazio
Ward 3

Frank di Bello
Ward 4

Patrick Whitham
Ward 5


Barbara Freeston
Ward 6


Nan Beaton
Ward 7


Craig Berger
Ward 8

 
Linton Garner
Ward 9


Marc Lalonde
Ward 10


Domenic Pavone
Ward 12



Joseph Zemanovich
Ward 14


Don Rae
Ward 15

Ruth Dangoor Gdalevitch
Ward 11

Luisa Bulgarelli-Vero
Ward 17

Judy Kelley
Ward 18

Susan Bartlett_Lewis
Ward 19


Daniel Olivenstein
Ward 21


Laura Derry
Parent Rep.
Secondary


Alexander Perelmiter
Parent Rep.
Elementary

The Council of Commissioners
The Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) is administered by a 23-member Council of Commissioners; 21 are elected by qualified registered electors in electoral divisions that cover the Board's territory from Verdun to the Ontario border, plus two Commissioners elected annually by the Central Parents' Committee. These parent representatives have the same rights and obligations as an elected Commissioner except that they do not vote at the Council's public meetings.

The Council of Commissioners sets policy and administers the operation of the LBPSB, which has an annual budget of more than $200 million and over 4,000 full and part-time employees. General elections for the post of Commissioner are usually held every four years, but the government has prolonged the current term to an, as yet, undetermined date.

Commissioners receive an annual stipend, decreed by the provincial government, according to the size of the school board's population. While the Council meets at the end of each month, making decisions in public by majority vote, it has also established many study committees to examine areas of Board operations. Such committees include, but are not limited to: Youth, Adult and Vocational Education; Human Resources; Audit; Governance and Ethics; Transportation; Facilities; and Communications. Most meetings are held in the evening, following the end of the regular workday, and each Commissioner normally attends several such sessions per month. Commissioners make every effort to stay in touch with the school-based organizations that operate in their electoral division, in order to keep abreast of current issues. While the official spokesperson for the Board is the Chairman, Commissioners attend community and school-based meetings to act as a liaison. They do not guide, direct, or lead discussions or debate, and are subject to the regulations of the Education Act and policies of the LBPSB. Commissioners must also comply with conflict of interest regulations, as they apply to all elected officials in Quebec.



Annual Report
2012-2013
Rapport annuel 2012-2013






Annual Report 2011-2012
Rapport annuel 2011-2012

Updated Data From The Ministry of Education Leisure and Sports on Dropout Rates & Vocational Education ETPs


ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011





ANNUAL REPORT 2009-2010

Marcus Tabachnick
Chairman
Council of Commissioners
Michael Chechile
Director
Educational Services
Robert T. Mills
Director General
Directorate
Nancy Hain
Assistant Director
Secondary Schools Sector
Vivian Croubalian
Assistant Director General
Directorate
Marilyn Miller
Director
Elementary Schools Sectors
Steve Balleine
Senior Director
Directorate
Gloria Keenan
Director
Adult & Vocational Sectors
John Brennan
Human Resources
Director
 Dr. Cindy Finn
Director
Student Services

Financial Statements 2009-2010 (version français)

Strategic Plan 2006-2009
Summary Report
 Graphs - Expenses & Revenues

Ethics Review Committee 2009 / 2010:

During the 2009-2010 school year no issues were brought to the attention of the Council of Commissioners that required the calling together of the Ethics Review Committee.



 


 

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Annual Reports / Rapports annuel

The 2007-2008 Annual Report has been produced and distributed as a DVD video and a web stream. Below is the stream version using the DVD menu as the graphic stream launcher. Click on a title to view that chapter



 

 

 

 
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