PARENTS AND CITIZENS (P&C) COMMITTEE
The Parents and Citizens (P&C) committee invites all parents to attend meetings which occur twice per term during Week 3 and 7 of each term, commencing at 7.00pm in the McCusker Boardroom in the Beasley Building.The meetings conclude at approximately 8.30pm.
The P&C is a school-based organisation with membership open to parents, teachers, students and interested citizens. The P&C committee aims to:
- provide a platform to bring parents, citizens, students and teaching staff together;
- give parents a chance to be aware of all school activities;
- provide opportunity to contribute to the school's resources through various fundraising events; and
- involve parents in discussing how the money raised is spent.
P&C membership and participation in P&C meetings are voluntary. The P&C meetings provide great opportunity to meet other parents, hear about what is going on within the school and to voice your opinion on how P&C funds should be distributed. In addition, the Principal will report on school activities and be able to answer questions.
To view a summary of the latest P&C meeting minutes and meeting schedule please visit Connect.
|Executive Committee||Satvinder Notay
|School Board Representative||Phil Marshall|
|Friends of Music Representative - Convenor||Nicola Peiris|
|Friends of Music Representative - Secretary||Teresa Eastwood|
|Friends of Music Representative - Treasurer||Yury Tokarev|
|Year 7 Social Coordinator||Emma Hagen
|Year 8 Social Coordinator||TBA|
|Year 9 Social Coordinator||Natalie Van der Stricht|
|Year 10 Social Coordinator||Dinusha Weeraratna|
|Year 11 Social Coordinator||TBA|
|Year 12 Social Coordinator||TBA|
|Second Hand Uniform Shop Representatives||Dinusha Weeraratna|
|Buildings and Grounds Representative||Nicola Peiris|
All suggestions are welcome. Please email them to Secretary, P&C (Monojeet Ghosh) at [email protected]
For an understanding of how the School Board, P&C, Finance Committee, School Executive, Student Council and Learning Area Teams work together to support students and provide effective school governance, see this diagram.