Broader Public Sector Reports

As of January 1, 2016, the Broader Public Sector Business Documents Directive in Ontario requires Ontario publicly-funded school boards to prepare and publish their business plans and other financial documents online including:

  • Strategic Plan
  • Board Improvement Plan
  • Director’s Annual Reports
  • Executive Compensation
  • Business Operations, Budget and Financial Statements
  • Ministry of Education Broader Public Sector Accountability

Strategic Plan

Putting children first is our number one priority. That's why our 2017-2020 Strategic Plan is so important. It presents the four Guiding Principles that help the RCDSB accomplish its Vision and Mission and remain true to its Values. The Plan acts as a roadmap to guide the Board to respond to the needs of students today and tomorrow.

Strategic Plan 2017-2020

Board Improvement Plan

The RCDSB Board Improvement Plan helps set high standards of achievement for all RCDSB students. The plan is a blueprint for continually improving the board, schools and RCDSB staff with the goal of creating the best learning environment for all RCDSB students across Renfrew County. 

Board Improvement Plan 2016-2017

Director’s Annual Report

School boards in Ontario are required to produce an Annual Report in accordance with The Education Act. This Annual Report provides highlights of the Renfrew County District School Board’s key activities throughout the school year.

Executive Compensation

The Government of Ontario's Broader Public Sector Executive Compensation Act of 2014 (BPSECA) requires school boards to develop Executive Compensation programs to ensure a responsible, transparent and consistent approach to managing executive salaries. 

School boards have had dif​​ficulty attracting and retaining executive talent due to salary compression caused by an executive compensation freeze and increasing salaries of other employee groups through collective bargaining. The Renfrew County District School Board executive-level salaries have been frozen for seven years. 

An Executive Compensation Steering Committee comprised of the four publicly funded trustee associations, supervisory officers and directors of education associations, and with the guidance of an external consultant Mercer (Canada), created a provincial executive compensation framework for use by all 72 publicly funded school boards to develop their local executive compensation programs. 

A competitive, fair and responsible Executive Compensation program is vital to attract and retain talented and innovative leadership to ensure continued progress in student achievement, success and well-being.

Our Executive Compensation program complies with the legislation and balances the need to responsibly manage compensation costs with the need to attract and retain the executive talent we seek.

Renfrew County District School Board budgets can be found below.

Financial Statements

Broader Public Sector Accountability

Information on the Ministry of Education’s laws that support accountability and transparency in the broader public sector (BPS).