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School Council

Last updated on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.

2016-2017 School Council Executive

Chair

Ms. Pealey

School Council Agenda

March Agenda: March 23 School Council Agenda

February Agenda: QV School Council Agenda

November Agenda: nov-school-council-mtg

November Account Balance: school-council-report-nov-151

October Agenda: sc-agenda

School Council Account Balance: sc-balance

School Council Minutes

queen-victoria-school-council-minutes-october-20 (DRAFT until approved)

QV SC DRAFT Minutes Sept 22 (Approved)

School Council 2016 Survey

sc-survey-results

School Council Parent Libary

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One of the most effective and rewarding ways that parents/guardians can get involved in their children’s learning is by being active in their school council. You will have the opportunity to voice your opinions on school issues and decisions on behalf of parents and community members in your school community. Research shows that parental involvement is the most significant factor contributing to a child’s success in school. Their active participation in school activities improves student achievement, increases school attendance and decreases student dropout. Students succeed when parents have a positive attitude about the importance of a good education.

Our School Council Executive consists of the following positions:

  • Chair
  • Vice-Chair
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

We are always looking for new members!!

Role of A School Council

School councils have a legislated role at their schools and are there to ensure the best possible education for students. Our school councils are comprised of democratically elected representatives of our parent community. Together, they:

  • focus on student learning and the best interest of all students,
  • provide a forum through which parents and other members of school communities can contribute to improving student achievement and school performance,
  • make recommendations to the school principal and the Board on any matter they see impacting accountability and academic excellence and;
  • serve as a communication and information channel between the school and community.
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