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SCDSB to Host Fall Regional OCSTA Meeting

September 10, 2004 - The Sudbury Catholic District School Board will be hosting the Ontario Catholic Schools Trustee Association (OCSTA) fall regional meeting on Friday, September 17, 2004 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Catholic Education Centre,165A D’Youville Street, Sudbury.

The morning session will include a report from the OCSTA President, Paul Whitehead, who will outline the critical issues that the OCSTA is
dealing with at this time. The presentation will be followed by an interactive session with participants discussing the impact of these issues on their boards and how the OCSTA can best manage the issues provincially.

The professional development component of the OCSTA will take place in
the afternoon and will focus on the Religious Education Program in Catholic Schools, particularly the trustees' role in ensuring the faithful delivery of the program in each jurisdiction.

For more information please contact Ray Vincent, Chair of the Sudbury
Catholic District School Board at ph. 674-6839.



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