Catholic School Council

The St. Theresa Catholic School Council is an advisory group made up of parents and staff. The council is a vital part of our school community. The purpose of a Catholic School Council, through the active participation of parents, is to improve pupil achievement and to enhance the accountability of the education process to parents.

Our Catholic School Council provides advice and support to the principal, and where appropriate, to senior administrative staff and the Board of Trustees on education matters. The advice should reflect the views of the school community.

Meeting Dates

Our Catholic School Council meetings take place once a month in the school library. All parents are welcome to attend the monthly Council meetings and bring agenda items forward for discussion. 

Thursday September 14, 2023 at 7PM

Thursday November 9, 2023 at 7PM

Thursday January 18, 2024 at 7PM

Thursday April 4, 2024 at 7PM

Thursday May 9, 2024 at 7PM

Council Executive 

Elections for the Parent Council Executive take place at the first meeting of the school year. Nomination forms can be downloaded here. We are proud to announce this year's Executive team.

Executive MemberName


Phyllis Pereira

Fr. Laszlo Nagy

Parish Priest


Kelly-Ann Dunleavy


Crystal Arruda 


 Sofia Ifantopoulos

Teacher Representative

 April Grenke

Parent Representative

 Denny Thayil

Parent Representative

 Daniella Truax

Parent Representative

 Stefanie Brennan

Parent Representative

 Alexis Romano

Parent Representative

 Ashlyn Myers

Parent Representative

Erin Guerreiro

Parent Representative

 Alexandra Eboh
Parent Representative Giovanna Salinas
Parent Representative Shannon White
Parent Representative Cory Allen Adrian
 Parent Representative  Vera Lee Adrian

Get Involved

All parents are encouraged to attend Catholic School Council meetings. If you're not able to attend, you can still stay up-to-date on current school issues and events by subscribing to the following webpages on our school's website:

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