There is a complaint process in place for SD 57 that has been alluded to in many of the past DPAC meetings. Here is a link to it:
Up to 5 PAC parents are being given the opportunity to attend the SD 57 Early Learning Conference on January 28th at the Coast Inn of the North.
MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019
NEW: DPAC WILL REIMBURSE UP TO THE FIRST 5 PAC PARTICIPANTS. A report on the conference at the next DPAC meeting would be appreciated.
“CELEBRATING EARLY LEARNING IN THE NORTH”
Do not use the link on the .pdf brochure as that link has now closed.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org –
by January 24th, 3 p.m..
Coast Inn of the North
770 Brunswick Street, Prince George BC
8:30-2:45 ** Lunch Included **
Registration opens 7:45
$30 For SD 57 employees
$150 For out of district registrants and those who are not SD 57 employees
Conference information can be found at:
Parent Session January 28, 2019
6:30 to 8 p.m. (Please note the new time)
Ecole Duchess Park Secondary Theatre
Speaker: Pat Duncan, Superintendent of Learning, BC Ministry of Education
Parents will receive the most current updates on the BC Grad Program and insight into curriculum implementation and school improvement.
A registration link will be available through the SD 57 website:
For all volunteer members of parent advisory councils. This may include the positions of Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and any other positions you may have – Volunteer Coordinator, Communications Coordinator, Fundraising, as well as any interested parents. This is a fun and flexible event – bring your questions, concerns, or great ideas!
- Share ideas and challenges
- Network with other PAC volunteers in your area
- Get ideas from other volunteers doing your job
- Enjoy a catered lunch
Pre-registration is required.
We charge a nominal fee of $5 per attendee for SD57 attendees. Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if this is a barrier to your attendance, as we have a budget to ensure all are included.
If you are from Hixon, Mackenzie, McBride, or Valemount, please let us know, as we should be able to assist with travel costs.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Members should now renew their BCCPAC membership for the new 2018-2019 year which runs from September 1 to August 31.
This form should be used for both new and renewal BCCPAC Memberships.
Per BCCPAC Bylaws:
-the Membership year runs from September 1 – August 31
-membership is renewed annually and payable at the beginning of the membership year per BCCPAC Bylaws
-there is an annual fee for maintaining Membership for both DPACs and PACs
Membership payments received by December 31 will ensure your PAC/DPAC has voting privileges at the BCCPAC Annual General Meeting (AGM) and that your membership is not terminated per BCCPAC Bylaws. New Membership Applications received after December 31st will still be members but won’t have voting rights at that year’s AGM.
SD 57 DPAC will reimburse the $75 fee when they receive a filled out Proxy Vote form closer to the AGM. This form gives DPAC members attending the AGM the right to vote on behalf of your school (with guidance from you). More proxy votes means a louder voice for our district!
As a part of the YMCA of Northern BC’s partnership with the 2015 Canada Winter Games, this legacy program provides all Grade 6 students in Prince George a free YMCA membership to provide them a safe place to stay active and to develop healthy habits for years to come.
What a Grade 6 Membership Includes:
Guest Pass Card
Access to additional recreation programs
How to Sign-up:
An adult (parent, guardian, teacher, youth group leader)
Proof of school enrollment
Proof of age
Completed registration package (available through the following link)
Get out and vote! Make the choice to have a voice.
Details and candidate information available through the link below.
(any opinions in the link below are not necessarily those of the SD 57 DPAC)
DPAC is hosting a FoodSafe course for PAC volunteers (people who volunteer in our public schools) on Saturday, November 24th, at the Van Bien Training and Development Centre. A book and certificate will be provided for each participant.
As a reminder, when FoodSafe added expiry dates for FoodSafe certification, people who held FoodSafe at that time were grandfathered in – but those FoodSafe certificates expire in 2018.
What does Foodsafe do?
- protects public health
- prepare for employment as a Care Provider or in the food industry
- to volunteer as a food handler
- protect your businesses from litigation or embarrassment
As a reminder, for school food programs and PAC fundraising where food is involved, at least one on-site parent is required to have valid FoodSafe certification.
Class runs from 8:30a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
COST: $30 (to cover the book and certificate cost – DPAC is funding the course itself)
Lunch break is from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m.
DPAC will be providing lunch and snacks.
FoodSafe is a B.C. Ministry of Health required program for people working in the food service industry. Graduates are registered with the B.C. Ministry of Health and will receive a FoodSafe certificate.
You need to bring your CareCard number to the class.
As announced at the June 19th school board meeting, and copied from the School District website:
The Survey Deadline Date has been extended and will now be accessible until midnight on Friday June 29th, 2018
Also, if you would like to provide feedback in addition to the Survey, please feel free to send your feedback to the following e-mail addresses, by no later than Friday June 29th, 2018:
For Edgewood Elementary Catchment Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
For French Immersion Programming Feedback: email@example.com
Parent presentation made at school board meeting June 19th and analysis: