To all the Parents of Mt. Sentinel Students:
What is PAC?
A group that is made up of parents to discuss school issues, goals and the well-being of the students in Mount Sentinel. This is a place where parents can ask questions, voice concerns and speak to other parents. This is a great place to learn about what is going on in the school, education in general and what the future of education holds for your child. The PAC Members also discuss and decide on how the annual Gaming Grant is distributed for non-academic activities in our school. We encourage parents to come out and listen and see what makes Mount Sentinel tick! This is a great forum to learn more about this great school.
NOTE: This is not a fund raising group for those parents concerned about this. PAC does sell the Passport to the Kootenay’s coupon books in order to raise money for a $500 bursary to be awarded to a graduate (chosen anonymously). We aim for two or more bursaries a year. The application is available with the school counselor.
When & Where?
PAC Meetings are usually held the 1st Monday of every month unless there is a conflict with a Pro D day or a STAT holiday then they are usually held the following Monday. All Meetings start 6:30 pm in the Library at Mt. Sentinel.
- September 16 * (due to start up)
- October 7 is also the Annual General Meeting
- November 4
- December 9 * (due to Reconfigurations meeting)
- January 13 * (due to start up)
- February 3
- March 2
- April 6
- May 4
- June 1 – year end wind-up
Who are your Elected Executives for 2019/2020
- Chair – Gera Al Hanafy
- Vice Chair- Jennica Scaia
- Secretary- Deana Postnikoff
- Treasurer – Stacey Kabatoff
- DPAC Rep- Natalia Nazaroff
For all inquires you can email PAC at email@example.com
Our PAC group is wanting to see new faces, hear your voice and new ideas! The PAC needs parents to survive! Please feel free to come to 1 meeting or more to see what is going on.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
PAC Vision Statement: Happy Healthy Educated Children
PAC Mission Statement: Mt. Sentinel PAC is committed to every student by encouraging parental and community communication, education, and involvement. A dynamic link between home, school and local community is vital to all students.