School Councils were created as part of the provisions of the A+ Education Reform Act. The School Council is an advisory group which provides advice and recommendations to the school principal on issues such as student achievement and the School Improvement Plan.
- Membership of the council includes a minimum of seven members, including the school principal and an equal number of parent and teacher representatives, among others. A minimum of four meetings is required annually.
- As prescribed by the Reform Act, the School Council is comprised of at least two teachers, at least two parents, two business representatives and the principal. The members serve for two years and attend monthly meetings which are open to all.
School Council Members 2023-2024