School Community Council
The St. Michael School Community Council is very active within our school. In the past, we have been involved in the betterment of the school yard and grounds, technological advancement in the classrooms, hot lunch program, and fundraising. We look forward to continuing to bring events that build morale and belonging within the St. Michael School community. We are constantly working towards making St. Michael School a great place to be and have several goals to continue this in the future.
Our SCC provides funds for special projects and annual events. Some of our special projects include Chromebook mobile labs, sound fields, SMART Boards, chair racks, products for school clubs, and learning aids. Our annual contributions have an impact on our students throughout each school year. These include sacrament gifts, grade nine medallions, school awards, donations to school trips, outdoor play equipment, music festival awards, and our hot lunch program. We also show our appreciation for our staff through a Staff Appreciation Lunch.
Chair - Jen Matyjanka
Vice-Chair - Melissa Bocian
Treasurer - Melissa Swayze
Secretary - Kaitlyn Mysko
- Erika Maurer
- John Paul Majlay
- Kennedy Rainey
- Allyson Van Roon
- Taylor Hoffman
School Community Councils are advisory bodies charged with the responsibility of enhancing supports for learning at the school. The support for learning focus is aligned with the Board and the Ministry of Education. School Community Councils receive their authority through provincial legislation and Board policy. This empowers parents and communities with meaningful ways to become engaged in matters related to public education. In their advisory capacity, the SCC accept a shared responsibility for learning success and well-being of all children and youth, while encouraging and facilitating parent, parish, and community engagement.
The SCC is a dedicated group of parents, school staff, administration, and community that meet monthly during the school year to share ideas and information about St. Michael School. Individual committees may meet on their own to ensure they are meeting any goals that have been set out at the beginning of the school year. The SCC discusses and collaboratively makes decisions that may affect fundraising, safety, student activities, student achievement, and school improvement.
The SCC is a dedicated group of parents, school staff and administrator that meets several times a year to share ideas and information about St. Michael School. The SCC provides opportunities to examine school issues and to be involved in programming discussions. The SCC discusses and collaboratively makes decisions that may affect fundraising, safety, student activities, student achievement, and school improvement.
Meeting take place in the school and are open to the public, parents and community members are welcome and encouraged to attend meetings and support school programs and special events.