YOUR PAC

The purpose of the council is to support, encourage, and improve the education and well-being of students, encourage parent involvement in the school, and promote cooperation between the school, homes, and the community.

2023/24 PAC EXECUTIVES

PRESIDENT  |  ANGELA BARNES

VICE-PRESIDENT  |  JENNIFER McCALL

SECRETARY  |  BRANDI RUSK

TREASURER  |  SABRINA HAMILTON

DIRECTORS  | GENEVIEVE DUNBAR & CALEEDA OTTER

​DPAC REP  |  NICKY DUNLOP

INCLUSION REP  | CRYSTAL SAGE

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT  |  JULIE KENTEL

Did You Know?

All parents of students registered in Lavington Elementary School are voting members of the council.

PAC MEETINGS

PAC meetings will typically be held on the 1st Monday of the month for the 2023/24 school year.

UPCOMING PAC Meeting | Monday, June 3rd @ 5:30pm

All parents/guardians are invited to attend the PAC Regular Meeting.

The meeting will be held at the school. The agenda and related documents will be available at the meeting. 

2023/24 Meeting Dates:

Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm             Location: School and/or via Zoom

• Mon Sep 11, 2023 • Mon Feb 5, 2024
• Wed Oct 4, 2023 • Mon Mar 4, 2024
• Mon Nov 6, 2023 • Mon Apr 8, 2024
• Mon Dec 4, 2023 • Mon May 6, 2024
• Mon Jan 8, 2024 • Mon Jun 3, 2024

 

Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm  |  Location: School Library

See Dates

• Sep, 2022

• Mon Oct 12, 2022

• Mon Nov 7, 2022

• Mon Nov 7, 2022

• Mon Dec 5, 2022

• Mon Jan 9, 2023

• Mon Feb 6, 2023

• Mon Mar 6, 2023

• Mon Apr 3, 2023

• Mon May 1, 2023

• Mon Jun 5, 2023

Did You Know?

All parents of students registered in Lavington Elementary School are voting members of the council.

2023/24 PAC EXECUTIVES

PRESIDENT  |  ANGELA BARNES

VICE-PRESIDENT  |  JENNIFER BRANDLE-MCCALL

SECRETARY  |  BRANDI RUSK

TREASURER  |  SABRINA HAMILTON

DIRECTORS  | GENEVIEVE DUNBAR & CALEEDA OTTER

​DPAC REP  |  NICKY DUNLOP

​INCLUSION REP  |  CYRSTAL SAGE

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT  |  JULIE KENTEL

PAC EXECUTIVE ROLE INFORMATION

The President will:

  • Speak on behalf of the Council
  • Consult with Council members
  • Preside at membership and executive meetings
  • Ensure that an agenda is prepared and circulated
  • Ensure that members are notified of meetings
  • Appoint committees where authorized by the membership or executive
  • Ensure that the Council is represented in school and district activities
  • Ensure that Council activities are aimed at achieving the purposes set out in the Constitution
  • Liaise with staff and administrator
  • Be a signing officer
  • Submit an annual report
  • Circulate the constitution and bylaws and ensure that required members review and sign the Code of Ethics after the election of executive and representatives

The Vice-President will:

  • Support the president
  • Assume the duties of the president in the president’s absence or upon request
  • Assist the president in the performance of their duties
  • Accept extra duties as required
  • Be a signing officer if required

The Secretary will:

  • Record, circulate and file minutes of all meetings
  • Keep an accurate copy of the constitution and bylaws, and make copies available to members upon request
  • Prepare and maintain other documentation as requested by the membership or executive
  • Ensure safekeeping of all records of the Council
  • Be a signing officer if required 

The Treasurer will:

  • Be a signing officer
  • Ensure all funds of the Council are properly accounted for
  • Disburse funds as authorized by the membership or executive
  • Ensure that proper financial records and books of account are maintained
  • Provide a summary report of receipts and disbursements at general and executive meetings
  • Make financial records and books of account available to members upon request
  • Have the financial records and books of account ready for inspection or audit annually
  • With the assistance of the executive, draft an annual budget
  • Ensure that another signing officer has access to the financial records and books of account in the treasurer’s absence
  • Submit an annual financial statement at the annual general meeting
  • File necessary reports to funding agencies as required

The Director will:

  • Serve in a capacity to be determined by the Council at the time of election, and at other times as the Council requires
  • Conduct the election of officers at the AGM
  • Be a signing officer if required

Minimum of 2 Directors. Maximum of 5 Directors.

The DPAC Representative will:

  • Attend meetings of DPAC and represent, speak, and vote on behalf of the Council
  • Maintain current registration of the Council on DPAC
  • Report regularly to the membership and executive on all matters relating to the DPAC
  • Seek and give input to the DPAC on behalf of the Council
  • Receive, circulate, and post DPAC newsletters, brochures, and announcements
  • Receive and act on all other communications from the DPAC
  • Liaise with other DPAC representatives

The Inclusion Rep will:

  • Info coming soon.