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The Salesian School Today. The Salesian School Today. The Salesian School Today. The Salesian School Today. 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 settingof 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 community1 – 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?

some important structures in the epc 1 rector head of the sdb community and of the epc
Some important structures in the EPC1. 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?

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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 ProjectOur 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?