I-13.3 - Education Act

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211. Each year, after consulting any municipality or metropolitan community whose territory is situated entirely or partially within its own, the school service centre shall establish a three-year plan for the allocation and destination of its immovables. The plan must specify, for each school and each vocational training and adult education centre, the name and address of the school or centre, the premises at its disposal, the level of instruction provided, any purpose it may have other than its educational purpose, its capacity and the school enrolment forecast for the duration of the plan.
The school service centre shall transmit the plan to every municipality or metropolitan community consulted.
The school service centre shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its vocational training and adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where two or more educational institutions are established in the same premises or immovables, the school service centre shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables among such educational institutions.
In the case described in the fourth paragraph, the school service centre may, at the request of the governing boards concerned, establish a coordinating committee composed of representatives of the governing boards and determine the distribution of powers and functions between the governing boards and the coordinating committee, as well as the administrative and operating rules applicable to the coordinating committee.
The school service centre may also appoint a single principal for all the institutions and one or more vice principals for each institution. In such a case, the school service centre, after consulting with the governing boards concerned, shall determine the distribution of powers and functions between the principal and the vice principals.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22; 1997, c. 96, s. 50; 2000, c. 56, s. 159; 2002, c. 68, s. 52; 2003, c. 19, s. 203; 2006, c. 51, s. 98; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 312.
211. Each year, after consulting any municipality or metropolitan community whose territory is situated entirely or partially within its own, the school board shall establish a three-year plan for the allocation and destination of its immovables. The plan must specify, for each school and each vocational training and adult education centre, the name and address of the school or centre, the premises at its disposal, the level of instruction provided, any purpose it may have other than its educational purpose, its capacity and the school enrolment forecast for the duration of the plan.
The school board shall transmit the plan to every municipality or metropolitan community consulted.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its vocational training and adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where two or more educational institutions are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables among such educational institutions.
In the case described in the fourth paragraph, the school board may, at the request of the governing boards concerned, establish a coordinating committee composed of representatives of the governing boards and determine the distribution of powers and functions between the governing boards and the coordinating committee, as well as the administrative and operating rules applicable to the coordinating committee.
The school board may also appoint a single principal for all the institutions and one or more vice principals for each institution. In such a case, the school board, after consulting with the governing boards concerned, shall determine the distribution of powers and functions between the principal and the vice principals.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22; 1997, c. 96, s. 50; 2000, c. 56, s. 159; 2002, c. 68, s. 52; 2003, c. 19, s. 203; 2006, c. 51, s. 98.
211. Each year, after consulting any municipality or metropolitan community whose territory is situated entirely or partially within its own, the school board shall establish a three-year plan for the allocation and destination of its immovables. The school board shall transmit the plan to every municipality or metropolitan community consulted.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its vocational training and adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where two or more educational institutions are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables among such educational institutions.
In the case described in the third paragraph, the school board may, at the request of the governing boards concerned, establish a coordinating committee composed of representatives of the governing boards and determine the distribution of powers and functions between the governing boards and the coordinating committee, as well as the administrative and operating rules applicable to the coordinating committee.
The school board may also appoint a single principal for all the institutions and one or more vice principals for each institution. In such a case, the school board, after consulting with the governing boards concerned, shall determine the distribution of powers and functions between the principal and the vice principals.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22; 1997, c. 96, s. 50; 2000, c. 56, s. 159; 2002, c. 68, s. 52; 2003, c. 19, s. 203.
211. Each year, the school board shall establish a three-year plan of allocation and destination of its immovables. The plan shall be sent to any town or regional county municipality responsible for the management of a land use plan applicable to the whole or a part of the territory of the school board and to any metropolitan community responsible for the preparation or management of a metropolitan land use and development plan applicable to that territory or designed to apply to that territory.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its vocational training and adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where two or more educational institutions are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables among such educational institutions.
In the case described in the third paragraph, the school board may, at the request of the governing boards concerned, establish a coordinating committee composed of representatives of the governing boards and determine the distribution of powers and functions between the governing boards and the coordinating committee, as well as the administrative and operating rules applicable to the coordinating committee.
The school board may also appoint a single principal for all the institutions and one or more vice principals for each institution. In such a case, the school board, after consulting with the governing boards concerned, shall determine the distribution of powers and functions between the principal and the vice principals.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22; 1997, c. 96, s. 50; 2000, c. 56, s. 159; 2002, c. 68, s. 52.
211. Each year, the school board shall establish a three-year plan of allocation and destination of its immovables. The plan shall be sent to any town or regional county municipality responsible for the management of a land use plan applicable to the whole or a part of the territory of the school board and to any metropolitan community responsible for the preparation or management of a metropolitan land use and development plan applicable to that territory or designed to apply to that territory.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its vocational training and adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where two or more educational institutions are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables among such educational institutions.
In the case described in the third paragraph, the school board may, at the request of the governing boards concerned, establish a coordinating committee composed of representatives of the governing boards and determine the distribution of powers and functions between the governing boards and the coordinating committee, as well as the administrative and operating rules applicable to the coordinating committee.
The school board may also appoint a single principal for all the institutions and one or more vice principals for each institution. In such a case, the school board, after consulting with the governing boards concerned, shall determine the distribution of powers and functions between the principal and the vice principals.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22; 1997, c. 96, s. 50; 2000, c. 56, s. 159.
211. Each year, the school board shall establish a three-year plan of allocation and destination of its immovables. The plan shall be sent to each regional county municipality or urban community whose territory coincides wholly or partly with the territory of the school board.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its vocational training and adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where two or more educational institutions are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables among such educational institutions.
In the case described in the third paragraph, the school board may, at the request of the governing boards concerned, establish a coordinating committee composed of representatives of the governing boards and determine the distribution of powers and functions between the governing boards and the coordinating committee, as well as the administrative and operating rules applicable to the coordinating committee.
The school board may also appoint a single principal for all the institutions and one or more vice principals for each institution. In such a case, the school board, after consulting with the governing boards concerned, shall determine the distribution of powers and functions between the principal and the vice principals.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22; 1997, c. 96, s. 50.
211. Each year, the school board shall establish a three-year plan of allocation and destination of its immovables.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of its schools, and of its adult education centres, if any, and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where an adult education centre and a school are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables between the school and the adult education centre.
1988, c. 84, s. 211; 1990, c. 8, s. 22.
211. Each year, the school board shall establish a three-year plan of allocation and destination of its immovables.
The school board shall then draw up, in accordance with the plan, a list of the schools and of the adult education centres, if any, in its territory and shall issue a deed of establishment to them.
Where an adult education centre and a school are established in the same premises or immovables, the school board shall determine the allocation of the premises or immovables, or the allocation of the use of such premises or immovables between the school and the adult education centre.
1988, c. 84, s. 211.