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What is CSPC? 

The Catholic School Parent Council (CSPC) is an integral part of our school community.  We are a volunteer body of parents who, through collaboration with our voting members, parent community, school administration, and the TCDSB, work to enhance the quality of our children's education, improve academic achievement, and enhance the accountability of the education system to parents.  CSPC also organizes various fundraising and social events throughout the year to engage our students and families.  Through these means and more CSPC plays an important role in supporting school needs and student achievement, while providing the opportunity for parents to be more involved in the policies and programs that impact their child's education.



CSPC functions thanks to the active participation of parents, caregivers, students and teachers.  We welcome and encourage everyone to come out to our monthly meetings, usually held the second Wednesday of each month.

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

We keep meeting minutes for each of our monthly CSPC meetings. You can find the latest meeting minutes posted here. We encourage you to read through them.

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Activity Fee Information & Forms

Each year we ask parents to participate in the activity fee which helps fund many of our programs at St. Pius X.  We encourage as many parents as possible to participate in contributing the voluntary fee.  Payment can be made through the web shop. 

CSPC Positions & Members, & Other Documents

Each year up to 15 voting members are elected into St. Pius X CSPC to serve a one year term. In order to become a member you have to be nominated, either by others or by yourself. Forms to do so are here. Elections occur every September at the CSPC Annual General Meeting (AGM). Feel free to come to one of our monthly meetings to discover what CSPC is all about!

CSPC Handbook, Bylaws, & Communications Overview

Learn all about how CSPC works: its mission, its processes, and more.  

Separate documents detail CSPC bylaws and explain how the Communications flow is structured.

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