Monthly Archives: February 2018

White Hatter – at Vanier Hall Monday, Feb 19th

Back by popular demand!

Keeping Your Kids Safe Online: Internet Literacy and Education for Parents with the White Hatter, Monday, 19 February 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)

The Prince George District Parent Advisory Council, in cooperation with the Prince George School District, invites all parents to attend an evening educational session regarding online safety and children. Regular admission is $5, parents can also select a free ticket, or by donation. We want everyone to be able to attend.

The sessions will be presented by The White Hatter of the award winning organization Personal Protection Systems Inc.

If you haven’t had the opportunity to see the White Hatter before, you’re in for an interesting and useful session. If you have seen the White Hatter before, come out for technological updates, and tell your friends!

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the presentation runs from 7pm to 9pm on Monday, February 19th. Register now to reserve a seat!

Eventbrite - Keeping Your Kids Safe Online: Internet Literacy and Education for Parents with the White Hatter

School district draft policies

DPAC encourages parents to send comments to the district on the revisions to the student transportation policy.

On January 30, 2018 the Board of Education approved Draft Policy 3541 Student Transportation – Home and School for distribution to reference groups for input. A copy of the policy is below:

2017.11.07 3541 Student Transportation, Home and School – Sr. Admin

  •  Policy 3541 Student Transportation – Home and School has been revised to include the current school district practices regarding student transportation to and from home.



The district also has several other draft policies out for input, including policies on budget development, accumulated operating surplus, and audit committee, as well as energy and sustainable conservation:


General meeting February 5, 2018

The February DPAC meeting is Monday, February 5th at 7pm, at the Van Bien Training and Development Centre.

The agenda package will be posted soon.

We will offer web conferencing for people unable to attend in person (although the quality will depend on the internet connection quality that day).

Web conference link:

If you encounter any difficulty logging in, please text 250-565-4949.

We ask that you send at least one person to represent your school – this is a way that your voice can count in the district. We need representation; we need to know what you want for parents in this district in order to be effective.

It’s important that parents have a strong and effective parent voice, and in order to do this, we need to have representatives from our PACs.

We also need new leadership in this DPAC, as a number of current Executive members will be leaving at the end of their term due to term limits, children graduating, or other commitments.