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The Catholic Church has been educating children for centuries, as part of an ongoing commitment to providing a Catholic education to all, regardless of location, family background or financial ability. The first Catholic school opened in the Townsville Diocese in Bowen in 1872 and now more than 12,000 students attend the 29 schools and colleges, of which St Catherine's Catholic College is one.
These schools are governed by the Townsville Catholic Education Office and/or Religious
SCCC School Board
The school board is a pastoral body consisting of parent members, the Principal, the Parish Priest and a staff member. Catholic Education boards were established primarily as a response to requests by parents to be more active participants in Catholic Schooling. The function of the school board is to support the Principal and advise on matters of existing policy and in the formation of new policies. A sharing wisdom process of discernment is the basis of the Board’s
Parent members of the Board are elected for a
The School Board is an open and effective body that welcomes any questions, comments, suggestions or ideas you may have.
Ex-Officio Members - Fr Jose Koyickal, Luke Thomson
Parish Member - Phil Wilson
Parent Members - Alice Harriot (Chairwoman), Kellee Fogg, Christine Franklin
Teacher Members - Jo Goodall, Monica Falconer, Melissa Pepper