Our school offers many opportunities for parents/families to be involved in the school community:
School Community Council (S.C.C.)
School Councils are advisory bodies. At Campbell Children’s School, our council also functions as the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) for the Campbell Children’s School Authority. The mandate of the School Council provides parents, students, staff, and community representatives with the opportunity and means to advise the principal and the board on ideas that lead to improving learning opportunities for students.
Composition shall include the following members:
- parents/guardians of students and former students served by the School
- a teacher
- a non-teaching staff member employed at the school
- a Grandview Children’s Centre representative
Parents/guardians of students and former students will form a majority of the Council. As well, the School Council will include the school principal and may include a community representative. The CCS School Community Council provides parents with the opportunity and means to advise the principal and the school authority board on ideas that lead to improving learning opportunities for students. The School Council meets about four times a year. No prior experience is necessary. At Campbell’s, we think it’s important for all families to have a voice. This is your opportunity to participate and to help make decisions for our school.
Parent Information Network (P.I.N.)
Parent Information Network invites families to come into the school for information sessions that focus on school-based topics, i.e. being ready for school and adjusting to the new routine, transitions from Campbell’s School to your home school, educating the home school on your child (resources to share) and general question and answer sessions. Please talk to our Liaison Teacher for more information on session dates.
We invite families to come in for curriculum based activities, to bridge their child’s learning between school and home.