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John Cabot Catholic Secondary School
"Faith, Hope and Charity"
  • John Cabot Catholic Secondary School
  • 635 Willowbank Trail
  • Mississauga ON , L4W 3L6
  • Principal: Tony Coccimiglio
  • Vice Principal(s): Mary Cutrara

  • Superintendents: Dulcie Belchior
  • Trustee: Mario Pascucci (Mississauga Ward 3)
    Stefano Pascucci (Mississauga Ward 4)
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School Council

 John Cabot Catholic School Council invites all parents to attend and participate in the life of our school.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Catholic School Council - Meeting Dates ​​​

Monday,  June 12, 2023

All meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Main Office Conference Room.




​  John Cabot Catholic School Council 2022-2023


  Please welcome our 2022-2023 Catholic School Council Members:


   Chair  -  Elizabeth McGee

   Secetary - Cindy Flandes

   Treasurer  -  Vesna Gandin  

   Parish Representative  -  Sue Borges and Joanne Cicheti

   Community Representative - Diane Kowalski  

   OAPCE Representative - Mark Gandin

   Council Member - Reem Abu Rous

   Council Member - Vijay Brahmbhatt

   Principal  -  Michael O'Grady

   Vice Principal  -  Mary Cutrara

   Non-teaching Representative  -  Doreen Giansante   

   Teacher Representative  -  James Vitale

   School Chaplain  -  Carolyn Esvelt 

   Student Representative - Hashem Althaher



   School Council Minutes - 2022-2023         


             February 6, 2023

             December 5, 2022​​​


  School Councils

​​​  School councils play a vital role in the education system in Ontario. They provide a forum through which parents and other members of school communities can​​​ contribute to improving student achievement and school performance.

  In 2000-2001, the Ontario government took significant steps to ensure that parents, through their school councils, would have greater influence in their children’s  education. Regulations were created that confirm the advisory role of school councils and clearly state that their purpose is to improve student achievement and enhance the accountability of the education system to parents.

  School councils are now able to make recommendations to their principals and school boards on any matter. Principals and school boards, in turn, must consult with    school councils on a variety of matters that affect student learning. They must also consider recommendations made by school councils and report back to the councils  on how they plan to act.

  For more information about school councils, download Get Involved in your local Catholic School Council​ or visit Central Committee for Catholic School Councils (CCCSC).​


  Catholic School Council By-Laws  


Mario Pascucci and Stefano Pascucci

       May 2023 Newsletter
        March 2023 Newsletter
        February 2023 Newsletter
        January 2023 Newsletter
        December 2022 Newsletter

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