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Title: The Salesian School Today


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The Salesian School Today
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The Salesian School Today
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The Salesian School Today
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The Salesian School Today
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Salesians in schools a response to the needs
of the young, of society, and of the Church.
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As Salesians, we bring the legacy of St. John
Bosco, the Father and Teacher of youth, to
youth ministry in the privileged setting of the
school.
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Salesian school striving for quality
education. - Education, not just instruction.
- Critical attention to culture. -
Process-oriented methodology. - Youth-centered.
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Salesian school ensuring growth in the faith.
- A growing faith-community. - In communion
with the Church. - A witness to the Catholic
faith. - Education in the faith within an
environment of many religions and cultures.
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Salesian school living the Salesian spirit and
pedagogy. - Inspired by the oratory of Valdocco.
- Educating by evangelizing, and evangelizing
by educating. - Personal relationships as in a
family. - All the aspects in the daily life and
growth of the young.
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Salesian school fostering social involvement. -
Preparing the young for life in society. - Hand
in hand with other persons and groups in
society. - Committed to the transformation of
society. - Proposing an alternative lifestyle.
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Salesian school welcoming the poor. -
Preference for those most in need. - Located in
poorer localities. - Open to all, with no
discrimination against those who are
less-privileged.
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The Educative-Pastoral Community (EPC) of the
school students, faculty members, non-teaching
personnel, parents, administrators, SDBs living
and growing together!
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Some important areas of growth for the
educative-pastoral community 1 greater unity
based on a common vision and shared values
(Salesian ethos, or school / organizational
culture). 2 closer relationships (in the school
and with the families) based on trust and
dialogue.
1. How do we foster the Salesian ethos or culture
of the school?
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3 educational professionalism through
systematic procedures and ongoing formation
programs. 4 greater involvement in the locality
and in the Church.
2. How do we harmonize the Salesian family spirit
and the need for quality management?
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Some important structures in the EPC 1. Rector
head of the SDB community and of the EPC.
3. How does the Rector fulfill his role in the
school (a) when he is also the Principal (b)
when there is an SDB principal (c) when there is
a lay principal (d) when the school is managed
completely by lay persons?
EPC
Animating Nucleus
SDB
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2. Coordinator of the spiritual program
(catechist, spiritual moderator, campus ministry
coordinator, pastoral animator). 3. Coordinator
of the academic and technical programs (dean of
studies, assistant principal). 4. Coordinator of
the co-curricular program (student affairs
coordinator).
4.What organizational set-up best reflects the
educative-pastoral (holistic or integral)
character of the Salesian school?
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5. EPC-Council (school council, governing
board, management team) representing
administrators, faculty, other personnel,
students, parents for consultation and
decision-making.
5. How does the EPC-council relate with the other
bodies in the school board of trustees, local
SDB-council, parents-teachers association,
student council? 6. How do we foster greater
participation and corresponsibility among the
EPC-members?
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The Salesian Educative-Pastoral Project (SEPP) of
the school our management tool, Salesian
style! the blueprint for institutional
development (including curriculum and staff
development)
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1. Under the dimension of education and culture
a person-centered, value-based, and pedagogically
sound curriculum. 2. Under the dimension of
evangelization and catechesis a Gospel-based
program that brings about the synthesis of faith
and culture.
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3. Under the dimension of vocation-orientation
programs for personal and career guidance. 4.
Under the dimension of group-experience
cooperative learning in the classroom and a
variety of youth-groups.
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The Salesian Educative-Pastoral Project Our
instrument to guide (direct and motivate) and
control (evaluate and recycle) the twofold
process of growth (1) the building up and
growth of our school-community, (2) the
benchmarking of our ministry on behalf of the
young.
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7. What culture do we uphold and transmit in our
Salesian school? In the multi-cultural context of
today? 8. What does evangelization mean in our
Salesian school? In the pluri-religious context
of today?
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9. How do we draw up and implement the SEPP in
the Salesian school (the process, the
participants, the framework)? - Also when the
SDB community is entrusted with other Salesian
settings such as a parish, training center, and
youth center? - Also when the school is managed
by lay persons?
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