The Dunlace School Council consists of parents who volunteer their time to work with the school staff, enriching the school and promoting a sense of community among the families in the school.
Each school is mandated by the Ontario government to have a School Council. It is an advisory body, created to promote the best interests of the school community. Its responsibilities include reviewing school policies and procedures, curriculum, school budgets, and organizing some of the school’s extracurricular activities.
The School Council meets six times a year, usually on a Thursday evening in the school library at 6:30 p.m. School Council Meeting Agendas are distributed in advance of each meeting. Meetings provide insight regarding school curriculum, current school issues, and School Council subcommittee reports.
Involvement by parents is the key to a successful school atmosphere and the education of our children. The School Council provides an opportunity for you to have a meaningful impact on your child’s educational experience. All parents are welcome and encouraged to attend and participate.