The PAC meeting has been changed to Thursday, June 9th, at 6:45pm, in order not to conflict with the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Starting at 6:30pm, we will have supervised fun activities and snacks for children of parents attending the meeting. The movie Gnomeo and Juliet will be played, to start about 6:45pm, and popcorn and drinks will be provided.
What is the Parent Advisory Council (PAC)?
The purpose of the Council is to support, encourage, and improve the education and well being of students, encourage parent involvement in the school, and promote cooperation between the school, homes, and the community. Every parent (or guardian) of a student registered at Heather Park has a vote and a voice in the PAC. Parents have the legislated right, through the PAC, to give advice to the staff, school and school board. Whether you’re interested in running for a position on the executive of the PAC, or in simply casting your vote, we encourage parents to attend the elections so that the executive has the mandate of as many parents as possible.
Executive Job Descriptions
The current PAC executive is recommending that the executive be composed of the following 6 positions. Other positions may be created based on the decision of the general members, or organized by committees or working groups, such as Safety, Events, Food, or Playground.
- The Chair shall preside at meetings, speak on behalf of the Council, and perform other duties as required.
- The Vice-Chair shall assume the duties of the Chair in the Chair’s absence, and extra duties as required.
- The Secretary ensures that members are notified of meetings, and is responsible for the minutes and correspondence.
- The Treasurer ensures all funds are properly accounted for, keeps record of the organization’s budget, and prepares financial reports.
- The Volunteer Coordinator seeks volunteers and matches volunteers with positions, to ensure that all events and activities that need volunteers are covered.
- The Communications Coordinator is responsible for the website, newsletters, and emails. A technical background is not required, although may be helpful.