SAC

School Advisory Councils (SACs) play an important role in supporting student success at the community-level.

SACs are advisory bodies to individual school principals, regional centres for education (RCEs), and the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) on a range of issues related to their local schools and the overall school system.

 

SAC membership can vary, but generally consists of the school principal, parents/guardians, teachers, other school staff, students, and community members. SAC membership should reflect the diversity of the school community.

 

Here is a message from the 2022-23 BHC SAC President Kathryn Bremner:

Kathryn has two daughters - Ellie, who is in Gr 5 at Redcliff, and Myra, who is in Grade 2 at BHC. She lives in Kemptown with her husband, Donnie, the girls, and their dog, Max. Kathryn works at Divert NS, and when she's not busy taking kids to activities, she loves to spend her free time outside, walking her dog in the woods.  If you have any questions or concerns that you'd like to take to the SAC, you can contact Kathryn @ [email protected]

For general SAC information, please consult the Nova Scotia School Advisory Council Handbook at https://www.ednet.ns.ca/docs/sachandbook.pdf

Parents/guardians and community members who want to get involved in BHC SAC can contact the school principal. 

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