PAC Postions

PAC co-Chairperson

The senior officer(s) of the PAC executive committee.

  • Speak on behalf of the Council,
  • Consult with Council members,
  • Preside at membership and executive meetings,
  • Appoint committees where authorized by the membership or Executive,
  • Ensure that the Council is represented in school and district activities,
  • Ensure that Council activities are aimed at achieving the purposes set out in the Constitution,
  • Be a signing officer,
  • Submit an annual report.

The Treasurer

Manages the finances for the PAC, including coordinating the budget documents, making bank deposits and distributing funds, presents the budget and/or the financial report at the monthly PAC meeting.

  • Be a signing officer,
  • Ensure all funds of the Council are properly accounted for,
  • Disburse funds as authorized by the membership or Executive,
  • Ensure that proper financial records and books of account are maintained,
  • Report on all receipts and disbursements at general and Executive meetings,
  • Make financial records and books of account available to members upon request,
  • Have the financial records and books of account ready for inspection or audit annually,
  • With the assistance of the executive, draft an annual budget,
  • Ensure that another signing officer has access to the financial records and books of accounting in the treasurer’s absence,
  • Submit an annual financial statement at the annual general meeting.


  • Responsible for recording and keeping the minutes of all PAC executive and general meetings and forwarding them to the executive and the principal for approval before posting to the website.
  • Prepare meeting agenda


  • serve in a capacity to be determined by the Council at the time of election, and at other times as the Council requires
  • submit an annual report

The Volunteer Coordinator

  • keep an up-to-date list of all parents/guardians able to volunteer at the school
  • contact volunteers as events/needs arise to arrange for help
  • seek to involve parents/guardians in the activities of the school/PAC

The Fundraising Chair

  • plan for the appropriate amount of fundraisers to meet the PAC’s budget
  • summarize each fundraiser and report to PAC
  • keep records of the effectiveness of PAC fundraisers and advise the PAC
  • make a tentative plan each spring for the following year’s fundraisers

The Communications Chair

  • Update blog
  • Send out email communications
  • Prepare PAC newsletter

DPAC Representative

  • Attends DPAC meetings and represents, speaks, and votes on behalf of the PAC.
  • Reports to PAC on matters relating to the DPAC (District Parent Advisory Council)
  • Renew Laura Secord PAC membership to the BCCPAC.

Modern Languages (EMB) Representative

  • Position works to bring help to provide more opportunity for intermixing the student populations and to ensure all students needs are represented in the PAC.
  • Liaising with EMB Parents and advocating for or promoting the program.