Parent School Support Committee

As required by the New Brunswick Education Act, our school has a Parent School Support Committee, or PSSC. A Parent School Support Committee (PSSC) is composed of parent and community members who work in an advisory capacity with the principal and staff. The purpose of the PSSC. is for all members to work with the principal to enhance student learning and development, and to enrich the educational experience of all children by increasing family and community involvement.
Any parent of a child attending this school, except employees of the Department of Education, is eligible to stand for election to the Committee. Efforts will be made to include individuals who reflect the diversity of the community.
Elections are held early in the school year. Details will be included in a parent newsletter.
We try very hard to make this a "Community School" and encourage all parents to become familiar with the school building and to get to know the staff members who will be dealing with your children.
Parents/Guardians are urged to support this Committee to make this a truly Community School.
Parents play a vital role in the governance of New Brunswick schools, through District Education Councils at the school district level and through Parent School Support Committees at the school level.
Christina MacLennan- Chair
Carolyn  MacLennan-Secretary
Brier Irving
Angela McCue
Donna McKee
Brenda McIntyre- Teacher Rep
Brandi Asimakos

Role of PSSC
  • Advise the Principal on the establishment, implementation and monitoring of the School Improvement Plan
  • Participate in the selection of the Principal and Vice-Principal(s)
  • Review results of the School Report Card
  • Advise principal in development of school policies in accordance with district, and provincial policies
  • Provide on request of the Superintendent, input on performance evaluation of the principal, vice-principal(s) relating to the PSSC
  • Communicate with the District Education Council (DEC) relating to PSSC.
Responsibilities of Members
  • Participate in all committee meetings
  • Maintain high ethical standards
  • Respect other Committee members
  • Work collectively toward improved education development, student achievement
  • Limit discussion to matters of concern, in the best interest of the whole school community
  • Work for a positive consensus-building school environment
  • Support open communication
  • Create and strengthens successful relations between parents, teachers, students, school staff, community
  • Encourage all forms of parental involvement and support;
  • Follow principles established by the Committee to achieve goals and objectives identified in the School Improvement Plan
  • Encourages parents to support education
·         Meeting Dates;
·         December-9/13
·         February-10/ 13
·         April- 7/14
·         June-9/14