3. Composition of the SAC
3.1 The First Council shall continue as the School Advisory Council for Park View Education Centre pursuant to Section 20 of the Act.
3.2 The members of the First Council, their qualification under Section 21 of the Act and, subject to section 3.6.
3.3 The membership of the SAC and will consist of 15 individuals who are qualified under Section 21 of the Act and who are elected or appointed as Member in accordance with this Agreement and the By-Laws as follows:
(a) The Principal of Park View Education Centre is a non-voting/non-elected standing Member of the SAC.
(b) Four parents,
(c) Three students,
(d) Three teachers,
(e) Two support staff, and
(f) Two community members.
3.4 Except for the Principal, fifty percent of the Members will be elected annually.
3.5 A Member of the SAC will hold office for a term of two years with the exception only of the First Council, one half of whom shall be chosen by lot to serve a three year term expiring September 1998, subject to Section 3.10.
3.6 A Member may serve a maximum of two consecutive terms.
3.7 After serving two consecutive terms a Member must sit out at least one election before again becoming eligible to seek election to the SAC.
3.8 An incumbent Member who seeks election to a second term must be qualified under By-Law 2.2 and follow the election process under By-Law 3.
3.9 If any Member of the First Council becomes ineligible to be a member of the SAC or resigns before the expiry of his or her term of office, an election will be held in the following September or within 6 months of the vacancy, whichever comes first in accordance with By-Law 3 and the successful candidate will serve a full two year term.
3.10 At the meeting of the SAC immediately preceding September 1997 the SAC shall, having regard to the impact of events described in section 3.10 on the members of the First Council, determine how many members of the First Council should serve a three year term in order to implement Section 3.5 and the members of the First Council who shall serve a three year term will be determined by the drawing of lots.
3.11 All other rules and procedures governing the election of Members, the conduct of the meetings and business of the SAC, and the operation of the SAC are set out in the By-Laws.
3.12 The School Board hereby expressly approves the By-Laws pursuant to Section 22(g) the Act.
3.13 An amendment to the By-Laws shall not come into effect until approved by the partners.
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Youth Health Centre
Services for youth regarding addiction, mental health and sexual health are available to youth on a daily basis at Park View Education Centre. These services are offered through Addiction and Mental Health Services, South Shore Health. All services are free and confidential. Some of the many services offered are; one-on-one counseling, treatment plans, group therapy, mental health diagnosis, pregnancy testing, free condoms, advocacy and much more. Appointments with a Nurse Practitioner from South Shore Health are also available.
Students are encouraged to refer themselves by simply walking through the doors of the Youth Health Centre (YHC). Teachers and parents can also refer youth to the YHC by simply contacting the Counseling Centre. The YHC is located behind the school in the blue portable. Hours of each staff person are posted for consistency and to assist youth and staff in knowing when to access the services.
Staff from Addiction and Mental Health Services:
Community Health Worker – 521-2444
Clinical Therapist – 523-2831
Social Worker – 543-4604 ext.2382
Promoting healthy youth in our homes, schools and communities!
- School Dance
December 12, 2013 (7:00 pm - 10:00 pm)
- Lady Panther Tip Off Tournament
December 13, 2013 (All Day)
- Lady Panther Tip Off Tournament
December 14, 2013 (All Day)