Our Parent Advisory Councils (PACs) and the district-wide DPAC put in countless hours throughout the school year to provide support for their school communities through the organization of events and initiatives and sharing of resources for students, teachers, parents and guardians.
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New Graduation Program & New Curriculum
Click the image below for a overview of the New Graduation Program and new Curriculum.
Navigating Concerns Within the District
Expressions of concern regarding school district matters such as employee conduct, resource materials used, or a student’s learning are welcome. Click on the diagram to find out how to navigate the appropriate steps to raise a concern within the district.
Mental Health & Well-being in Our Schools
At the first DPAC meeting of this school year, Superintendent, Lisa McCullough, and Director of Instruction, Phillip Clarke, presented a variety of research data to provide a mental health snapshot of our students from kindergarten to grade 12.
Click here to find collection of health reports and information on how we support health and well-being in our schools.
Schools have additional survey data ranging from mental health and well-being to competency development. Feel free to connect with your school principal for further information.
Outside Agencies Providing Support
Click below for a listing of agencies providing programs for behavioural and emotional support.
DPAC & PAC Meetings and Events Calendar
DPAC Meeting Information and Minutes
District Parent Advisory Councils (DPAC) are recognized by the School Act and represent the collective views of school Parents’ Advisory Councils (PAC) in a school district (BCCPAC 2016). In School District No. 48 (Sea to Sky), DPAC provides a vehicle of communication between individual school PACs, advocates for parental involvement in the education system, and provides funds to support parent education.
DPAC meetings for the 2018-2019 school year are scheduled for:
6:30PM, Monday, Oct 22, 2018 – Don Ross Middle School (Squamish)
6:30PM, Monday, January 14, 2019 – Spring Creek Elementary (Whistler)
6:30PM, Monday, May 13, 2019 – Ts’zil Learning Centre