What is School Community Council ?
The Dr. A.E. Perry School Community Council (also known as SCC) is a group of interested parents, school staff, students and community members who work together with the school to support the students of the school.
Provide volunteer and financial support for projects set by the SCC.
Fundraiser for school community needs not funded by RPS.
Plan and host different events (ie. pizza night, craft shows etc).
We typically meet once a month in the evening.
Our Roles and Responsiblities
Facilitate continuing communication and promote mutual understanding between the school and the community.
Share responsibility for the learning sucess and the well being of all students.
Encourage and facilitate parent and community engagement in the school planning and improvement processes.
Provide an ongoing organization that will help listen to and communicate the opinions, concerns and proposals of the electors (city rate payers) and parents/guardians
Ensure these concerns and proposals are brought to the attention of the Board of Education
Fact and Figures – 2015/2016 year
Total Amount Contribution
- Supporting extra-curricular teams and activities around the school. $550.00 5.46%
- Supporting classroom and co-curricular events and activities. $2,509.99 24.93%
- Supporting teaching & learning programs/resources in the area of literacy & numeracy. $2,799.38 27.80%
- School equipment (most of it for NEW Physical Education equipment) $4,208.11 41.80%
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