School Advisory Council (SAC)


The School Advisory Council (SAC) is a legally recognized body composed of the principal and elected representatives of teachers, support staff, parents and community members who work together in an advisory capacity to enhance the quality of education being provided by the school.

The purpose of the SAC is to ensure that all students receive the best possible learning opportunities by engaging all partners in an ongoing process of shared discussion, planning and development of our Continuous School Improvement goals (CSI).

Our SAC meets seven times a school year.  Elections for open executive positions are held each September.  All SAC meetings are open to the public.  Check out the SAC tab on the school website for meeting times and SAC updates on school issues.  Contact the school principal for further information.  All Welcome!

Petite Riviere Elementary School
School Advisory Council Membership

Appendix: A

Partner

Name

Start of Term

Completion of Term

Principal

Scott Rawding

Permanent Member

Permanent Member

Teacher

Nick Jeffrey

September 2015

September 2017

Teacher

Kristy Boutilier

September 2015

September 2017

Support Staff

Margo Tulk

September 2015

September 2017

Community Member

Phyllis Price

September 2015

September 2017

Community Member

Margaret Swain

September 2015

September 2017

Parent Member

Sarah Tingley

September 2015

September 2017

Parent Member

Peter Garcin

September 2015

September 2017

Parent Member

Leif Helmer

September 2015

September 2017

Parent Member

Barbara West

September 2016

September 2018

Home & School Representative

Kim Freeman

September 2015

September 2017

 The Executive includes:

 Principal: Scott Rawding

Chair:       Leif Helmer           

Secretary:

 Discipline Committee includes:

 Principal: Scott Rawding

Leif Helmer

Margaret Swain

 

2016-2017 SAC Meeting Dates:

Monday, October 3 – 6:30

Monday, November 7 – 6:30

Monday, December 5 – 2:30

Monday, January 9, 2:30

Monday, February 6, - 2:30

Monday, April 3 – 6:30