Regulation 1421 Naming School Sites

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REGULATION 1421

NAMING SCHOOL SITES

Adopted: February 27, 1995
Revised: 1. February 15, 2010, 2. May 28, 2018, 3. February 25, 2019
Frequency of Review: Annual

1. When naming a school site, the Board of Education of School District No. 61 (Greater Victoria) will appoint a committee to oversee consultation for the development of a suitable name. This will be done pursuant to Policy 1163 and Regulation 1163 – Consultation. The committee should include, at the minimum, the following:

a) A Trustee
b) The Superintendent or their delegate
c) The School Principal
d) A member of the school’s teaching staff
e) A member of the school’s Parent Advisory Council
f) Up to 2 members of the Indigenous community
g) Up to 3 members of the local community

2. The committee may request that the Board approve a specific name for a school site. The request must be accompanied by a report detailing the results of a consultative process carried out pursuant to Policy 1163 and Regulation 1163 – Consultation.
3. The committee must conform with the Province’s Naming Privileges Policy, as amended from time to time.

 

 

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