School Council Sir Isaac Brock PS Summary of 2018 –  2019

Posted June 15, 2019

We are happy to report another successful year at Sir Isaac Brock Public School. All of our School Council meetings were attended by numerous parents who came to share and learn information. It was great to see lots of faces, including some new faces. We are so very proud that we have so many involved parents coming out to meetings and volunteering for events.

Throughout the year many fundraisers were held to raise funds for the students of Sir Isaac Brock. This year the student Dance-A-Thon raised $2157.23, Vendor Night brought in $632.00, Parent’s Night Out raised $130.00, Harriston Meats raised $596.00, and Family Fun Night raised $4968.00

This year we were able to purchase and support many items within the school. We purchased additional technology for the school, supported students in need, and helped reduce costs of student activities at the school such as Rock Climbing.

A special event that stands out this year would be our guest speaker, Paul Davis. Paul Davis spoke to the students in Grades 4 to 8 during the day and then shared many strategies and suggestions with parents in the evening about social media.

Another amazing event here at SIB is our Skating Rink. This rink would not be possible without the support of amazing volunteers and parents. Thank you to all who braved the cold to ensure all the students in our community had a great place to skate.

Throughout the year our school community came together to raise funds for a student in need. School council was integral to getting the word out to the community, raising funds,  as well as supporting events such as this year’s movie night.

There are a number of school council positions available for next school year. We encourage you to come out and to consider applying for a position. New members bring new ideas and a refreshing new look on how things have been done, and how we can do them differently. Many hands make for light work, and there are always parents offering to lend a hand or to share responsibility. That’s how we’ve been able to have such a large and successful council for so many years.  

We send out many thanks to our school community and look forward to many more volunteers and parents joining us in the years to come.

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