What is the PAC?
The School Act gives parents the right, through our Parent Advisory Council (PAC), to provide feedback and discuss matters that affect the education of our children. The PAC is a forum and the collective voice of parents at Cove Cliff Elementary school.
What does the PAC do?
The PAC strives to represent the diversity within our community and contribute to the benefit of all students by providing opportunities to educate and inform parents about our school and openly discussing parents’ concerns and aspirations for our school.
How do I get involved?
One of the best and easiest ways to get started is to join the monthly PAC meeting to discuss issues of importance regarding our school. Parental engagement is critical in order to adequately advise those that influence our school and our children’s education.
Become a member of our Cove Cliff Elementary School Community
Not only are our collective voices a tremendous value to our school, they offer a wealth of ideas and support in the challenges that our public school faces. Only through participation and interaction through the PAC, can we strenghten our advocacy and provide the best possible elementary school education for our children.
Elected PAC Executive and Volunteers Make a Difference
Our PAC needs strong participation from parents so we can continue to have an important influence on life at the school and the feelings the community has toward the school and education.
Learn About Our School
Most people think that Cove Cliff Elementary School was always here, but the land has and interesting history. Both the people in the community and the environment play an important role in our school’s educational programs.