Point Grey Secondary School - Stəywəte:n

Parent Advisory Council

Next PAC Meeting

Upcoming Calendar Items

Wed, May 29th:

Track & Field Strategy Open House 3-7pm PG Cafeteria

Homework Club

Homework Club

Homework club is now being offered at Point Grey.  It is every Monday and Wednesday in room 105 from 3:15-4:15.  It is for students to come and get support with academics or do their work independently.  There will be several peer tutors and teachers to support students with all subjects. Anyone is welcome.  Snacks will be provided!

Vancouver Track & Field Strategy Open House

Vancouver Park Board Track & Field Strategy

 The running track at Point Grey is included in the report and would face resurfacing, among other upgrades. The Park Board is hosting an open house at Point Grey on Wed, May 29 3-7pm in the Cafeteria.  We’ll have their discussion guide posted on our website this weekend.  You can find more information, including an online survey, on their site: https://vancouver.ca/trackandfieldYou can send comments to: trackandfield@vancouver.ca

Not only does the new Park Board members need to hear from track and field supporters of track, but our MLA’s need to be encouraged to change the existing policy that funds new capital projects, but doesn’t fund existing facilities maintenance and upkeep.

DPAC: Parent Advocate Training: Introductory

Thursday, June 6, 6:30-9pm/var/folders/88/d_x9ld_n5x9ghjttyqr4bgtw0000gn/T/com.microsoft.Word/WebArchiveCopyPasteTempFiles/01ad5f12-cfc0-49ba-a91b-c412a85acc03.png – Parent Advocate Training: Introductory Rm 120, Vancouver Education Centre 1580 W. Broadway. Vancouver DPAC is looking to reinitiate the role of appointed parent advocates in the district. We have hired Susan Wilson as our trainer. Susan has over 17 years experience helping parents advocate for their child and is currently providing parent advocacy training to district parent advisory councils across the province. This session is open to all VSB parents/guardians, staff and administrators interested in learning more. See event for more details

Public Hearing: Special Project on Children and Youth with Neuro-diverse Special Needs

Special Project on Children and Youth with Neuro-diverse Special Needs

Monday, April 15, 2019 

The Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth invites British Columbians to participate in their special project on assessment and eligibility processes for children and youth with neuro-diverse (e.g.: ASD, FASD, Developmental Delay) special needs.

British Columbians are invited to share their input, experiences and recommendations by speaking with the Committee at a public hearing or by making a written, audio or video submission. A limited number of times are available to speak with the Committee at a public hearing (in-person or via teleconference). Please contact the Parliamentary Committees Office at 250-356-2933 (toll-free in BC at 1-877-428-8337) to inquire. You can also make a written, audio or video submission through the Committee’s consultation portal. A detailed list of public hearings is available here. [There is a hearing in Surrey on June 4th] Teleconference opportunities are available by calling 250-356-2933 or 1-877-428-8337 (toll-free in BC).   The deadline for all input is Friday, June 7, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.(copied press release from https://www.leg.bc.ca/parliamentary-business/committees/41stparliament-4thsession-cay/)