The CPAC Executive Committee represents the Carisbrooke community of parents and guardians,
coordinates the various CPAC activities and events,
and liaises with the school staff and teachers as well as the NVPAC and BCCPAC for any of your concerns.
The CPAC Executive Members consists of the Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, NVPAC (DPAC) Rep/Past-Chair, and one Member-At-Large.
The CPAC Executive Committee also has Members-at-Large who carry specific portfolios:
After-School Coordinator, Crossing Guard & Safety Coordinator, Emergency Preparedness, Fundraising, Forms and Safer Routes to School Coordinator, Fun Lunch Coordinator, Language Ambassador, Playground Planning,
Promotional Material, and Technology.
Executive Members can carry additional portfolios such as Social Event Coordinator, Class Rep Coordination, Volunteer Coordinator, and Parent Education Program.
If you would like to contact any member of the Executive, please contact us here.
BEING ON CPAC
Any CPAC member - that means you - can apply to become an Executive Committee member.
If you want to find out more about the roles and responsibilities involved in this rewarding experience, click here for more information, get in touch with one of the Executive members, or come to one of the CPAC meetings.
We also have a set of By-Laws, which explain the roles and responsibilities of CPAC.
The CPAC Executive meets on a monthly basis at least 6 times a year, generally on the 1st Tuesday of the month.
Members of the CPAC Executive Committee are elected each year at the May Annual General Meeting.
If you have any questions, recommendations, or feedback at all, get in touch with any member of the Executive, chat with us at the playground if you can, or send us an e-mail.