GOOD SCHOOLS BECOME EVEN BETTER SCHOOLS WHEN PARENTS ARE INVOLVED!
Study after study has shown that parental involvement in schools makes a difference. Student achievement improves when parents play an active role in their children’s education.
School Council provides an opportunity for parents to stay connected and informed about school activities. It is a safe place to exchange ideas, to discuss issues, and to provide input into some key planning items that affect our students. CCI Administration consults the School Council when making student improvement plans. Please note that the CCI School Council is not a fund-raising committee.
All parents are welcome to attend Council meetings held from 6:30 – 8:00 pm in room 123. We hope you will consider joining your fellow parents, your Principal, a Teacher representative as well as CCI Student Leaders at the next School Council meeting.
If you are unable to attend meetings, but would like to be informed and have an opportunity to provide input on issues, please e-mail email@example.com to have your email address added to the distribution list. We look forward to meeting you!
Support for school councils is provided by the Simcoe County District School Board’s Parent Involvement Committee.
SCHOOL COUNCIL 2020-2021
|Council Chair: Daniela Schulze||Council Secretary: Kim Bryan|
|Community Rep: Laura Schywiola||Student Rep: Sophia Wang / Paige Trundou|
|Parent Member: Susan Mueller||Parent Member: Crystal Bell|
|Teacher Rep: Jordynne Metheral||Parent Member: Donna Thomson|
|October 6, 2020|
|October 28, 2020|
|December 9, 2020|
|February 10, 2021 (Virtual Event)|
|April 14, 2021|
|May 12, 2021|
Navigating Highschool and Post-Secondary: Join us for an informative night about various pathways available to students in high school. Grade 8 parents will learn about My Blueprint as an educational career planning tool and guidelines to course selections. Grade 9 parents will learn about EQAO prep and community hour requirements, summer school and online course opportunities. Grade 10 parents will learn about the literacy test and graduation requirements, along with SHSM and co-op programs. Grade 11 and grade 12 parents will learn about the post-secondary application process and scholarship opportunities. Representatives from OYAP will provide information to parents about Skilled Trades opportunities.