Duties of the Parent School Support Committees
2000, c.52, s.22
A Parent School Support Committee shall advise the principal of the school respecting the establishment, implementation and monitoring of the school improvement plan which may include
strategies for ensuring the language and culture of the school preserve and promote the language and culture of the official linguistic community for which the school is organized,
strategies for establishing school policies related to education, language and culture,
strategies for providing communication between the school and families residing in the area served by the school, and encouraging family involvement in the school,
strategies for establishing partnerships with the community to improve the quality of learning within the school,
strategies for developing a school climate and conditions to improve the quality of learning and teaching within the school,
strategies for establishing a positive pupil climate within the school, and
strategies for improving school property and facilitating use of the school by the community.
The Parent School Support Committee at the school shall advise the principal of the school respecting the establishment, implementation and monitoring of the positive learning and working environment plan, which may include
strategies and practices to promote respectful behaviour and a positive and inclusive social climate for all students and staff,
strategies and programs to prevent disrespectful behaviour or misconduct,
policies and practices to address disrespectful behaviour or misconduct in a timely manner and in a way that teaches and reinforces respect for other persons, and
appropriate support strategies for students participating in disrespectful behaviour and students who have been affected by the disrespectful behaviour of others.
A Parent School Support Committee shall
through the chair of the Parent School Support Committee, or another member designated by the Parent School Support Committee, who must be a parent of a pupil enrolled in the school, participate in the selection of the principal or any vice-principal of the school,
review the results of the school performance report,
advise the principal of the school in the development of school policies prepared in accordance with district and provincial policies,
provide, on the request of the superintendent concerned, input into any performance evaluation of the principal or any vice-principal of the school in matters relating to the duties of the Parent School Support Committee under this section, and
communicate with the District Education Council concerned with respect to matters relating to the duties of the Parent School Support Committee under this section.
2000, c.52, s.23; 2012, c.21, s.5