COPACS


Supporting SD63 Saanich 
Parents' Advisory Councils (PACs) and families in public education

The Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils of Saanich (COPACS) is the official representative for School District 63 Parent Advisory Councils. Every school has a Parents' Advisory Council and each of these is a COPACS member. Our primary task under provincial legislation is to advise the School Board on “any matter relating to education in the school district”.

Parents and guardians are encouraged to get involved! Attend monthly COPACS meetings or contact us directly to receive updates of issues, activities and concerns of PACS in our district. We welcome parent feedback regarding district issues and policies. If you have any individual questions or concerns, please send an email to the copacssd63@gmail.com. COPACS meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7 pm at the Saanich Schools' Education Centre. All parents and guardians of Saanich District students are welcome to attend. 


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COPACs News

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COPACS Meeting: THIS Thursday (21st November), 7-9pm
by Phil Molloy - Monday, 18 November 2019, 6:58 PM
 

There will be a COPACS meeting on November 21st at the usual time and place, namely: 7-9pm at the Individual Learning Centre, 1649 Mount Newton Cross Rd, Saanichton BC V8M 1L1

 
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CUPE 441 Ratify Agreement, End Strike
by Phil Molloy - Sunday, 17 November 2019, 10:15 PM
 

CUPE Local 441 members voted to accept the tentative agreement at a ratification meeting on Sunday afternoon. CUPE members will be back in classrooms as schools reopen Monday morning.

https://mailchi.mp/a843d7bf583f/we-have-a-ratified-collective-agreement?e=fff01b1f74

 
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Letter to the Minister of Education, Nov. 11th
by Phil Molloy - Tuesday, 12 November 2019, 9:11 PM
 

November 11, 2019


To the Hon. Rob Fleming, Minister of Education,


The parents and children of School District #63 are in an untenable situation.  The labour disruption in our District is having a lasting and damaging impact on our school community, our families and our children.


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