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Regina, Thursday, June 2, 2016 - Under the leadership of Chairman Alpha Barry, the Francophone schools board of trustees of the Conseil des écoles fransaskoises today launched a new approach to account for the work of elected officials to parents and the community.

"From now on, Les Lendemains du CSF will will be replaced by Votre CSF en Bref. More than a name change, this communication will be the opportunity to share more relevant information after each regular session of the CSF. The summary of the highlights will be enhanced and delivered in an accessible language"

Board Chair Alpha Barry hopes this will make it possible for everyone to gain insight of gage elected officials commitment on specific issues. Alpha Barry reiterated his desire to "build consensus, to regain the trust of the francophone community and especially the families and the CSF electorate."

This first initiative is part of a broader approach which will be detailed in the next few weeks. It sets the tone for the dialogue which the CSF wishes to have with all those who have at heart the future of Fransaskois education system.

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A first-language school today, a bilingual Francophone for life! - The Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CÉF) is home to 1,900 preschool to Grade 12 students in 15 elementary and secondary schools across the province. Financed by the Ministry of Education, it is the only French as a first language school board in Saskatchewan.

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Claude-Jean Harel
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