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Drumheller In Town

D-01 - Annette
On time
Updated: May 13 at 7:49 AM
D-02 - Don
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-03 - Wayne
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-04 - Norma
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-05 -Linda
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-06 - David
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-07 - Angelina
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-08 - Sarah
On time
Updated: May 21 at 1:19 PM
D-10 - Jackie
On time
Updated: Mar 25 at 2:54 PM
D-11 - Tanja
On time
Updated: May 8 at 4:05 PM

Drumheller Out of Town

D-01 Out of Town Annette
On time
Updated: May 13 at 7:49 AM
D-02 Out of Town Don
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-03 Out of Town Wayne
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-05 Out of Town Linda
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-06 Out of Town David
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-09 - Jim
On time
Updated: Jun 24 at 2:15 PM

What is School Council?

A school council is a vehicle to support meaningful parental involvement in decisions that affect the school and its operations.  School council provides the venue for parents to reflect the wishes of the broader community for the education of its students and to actively participate in giving advice and support to the principal in the operations of the school.

The actual decision-making authority of the school council is limited to:

  • setting policies to govern school council activities at the school level, as described in the School Act,
  • planning support activities that align with school council‘s purpose and
  • choosing which advice to provide the principal and board on areas that specifically fall to them.

A school council should review its mission, vision and goals annually to ensure it reflects the views of the current membership.

Other school council functions may include:

  • consulting with the principal so he or she can ensure students have opportunities to meet Ministry standards, fiscal management is sound and the community‘s expectations are taken into consideration during school-based planning.
  • being involved in school-based planning
  • sharing ideas and information with other school councils and provincial organizations
  • communicating information to the school community and other school councils
  • setting policies that relate to school council functions, such as:
    • location of school council meetings
    • mailing address for school council correspondence
    • school council orientation and development policy
    • financial policy
    • fundraising policy
    • communications policy
    • privacy policy
    • minutes of school council meetings
    • pertinent information unique to the school council. 

What School Councils are Not

It is important to be mindful that, as with all partners in education, there are limits to the work that can be done by a school council.  Roles that are not to be taken on by a school council include:

  • school governance
  • employment issues
  • school management
  • listening to complaints

It is not the primary role of school councils to:

  • fundraise
  • lobby