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Financial Statements


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​​​​The following consolidated financial statements have been audited by independent external auditors appointed by the board.​ The accompanying Auditor's Report outlines their responsibilities, the scope of their examination and their opinion on the board's financial statements.


Trustee Expenses 


Rural & Northern Education Fund (RNEF)

For the 2022-23 school year, the Ministry of Education invested funding through the Rural and Northern Education Fund (RNEF) as an enhancement to the Grants for Student Needs (GSN) dedicated to further improve education for students from rural communities.

School boards must use the funding for rural education based on local needs and report publicly on how the funding is used, such as:

  • ​Improving programming and support services in rural schools
  • Continuing the operation of rural schools; or
  • Enhancing student transportation options such as late bus runs and mobile e-learning through tablets or Wi-Fi.

The 91̽ School Board Received $100,844 and the funds were allocated to provide support in the following areas: 

Improving Programming - $100,844​

These funds were utilized to support eligible expenses for technology enhancements at Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School, St. Benedict Catholic Elementary School and St. Cornelius Catholic Elementary School.


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