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Comment by Jacqui Strachan on November 20, 2012 at 11:34am
Sheila and I hanging out in beautiful Thunder Bay last week. So great to connect F2F!

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Tara Fox replied to Sheila Stewart's discussion 'Hats: On or Off?'
"Good Morning, This is a very timely topic. I believe this to be a safety issue. Security cameras in schools and outside schools are normally elevated and looking down. A hat and or hoodie can prevent potential suspects from being identified. Three…"
6 hours ago
Sheila Stewart posted a discussion

Hats: On or Off?

I recently posted a discussion with some questions about school dress codes and also mentioned hats as well.http://discuss.peopleforeducation.ca/forum/topics/school-dress-codesI thought I would start a separate discussion topic focused on hats since there are a few good blog posts that do just that (and winter is coming... :( ).  I hope this helps discussions specific to "hats in school" at the school level and…See More
20 hours ago
Jacqui Strachan commented on Gay Stephenson's group 'People for Education Conference Meet Up!'
"Oh, like we're that organized, Jamie. LOL. The photo will probably take place at the end of the day, and we'll likely plan for a meet-up at lunch. "
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Jamie Wayne de l'Eveille commented on Gay Stephenson's group 'People for Education Conference Meet Up!'
"Do we have an agenda yet for the online community meet up?"
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Jacqui Strachan commented on Gay Stephenson's group 'People for Education Conference Meet Up!'
"We are hoping that there will be lots of social media action from the conference. Sheila spotted this gem on twitter - 5 Tips for Using Social Media during Conferences.  Number 2 is "get the hashtag right".  For the People for Ed…"
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Sheila Stewart replied to Katrina Elchami's discussion 'Board PICs and Banking'
"If by the book/regulations can help with this.... 28. A parent involvement committee of a board shall (e) determine, in consultation with the board’s director of education and in keeping with the board’s policies, how funding, if any,…"
Tuesday
Jacqui Strachan replied to Katrina Elchami's discussion 'Board PICs and Banking'
"Hi Katrina, I heard back from a few PICs when you asked about this earlier. The five PICs that responded indicated that their position is the same as yours, ie. they do not have their own accounts. I think this is probably the case across the…"
Monday
N Sands replied to Katrina Elchami's discussion 'Board PICs and Banking'
"School councils may have their own bank accounts for funds obtained by them through fund-raising. Council funds and expenditures must be reported annually through the PSAB. PIC's work differently because the funds they work with come from the…"
Oct 17
Sheila Stewart replied to Sheila Stewart's discussion 'Student Engagement: What does it look like?'
"Good questions to ponder, Susan.  Made me wonder... how does "hope" (or not having hopefulness) impact engagement? I saw this blog post shared a lot on other social media platforms... lots of comments too.  High school level…"
Oct 17
Katrina Elchami posted a discussion

Board PICs and Banking

I understand that most school level councils have their own bank accounts. Our Board Level Parent Involvment Committee is not in charge of their own finances and have to go to the Director for every expenditure.   I am wondering if other Board level Parent Involvement Committee's have their own bank accounts or is their monies being controlled by the Director/Board.  See More
Oct 17
Trixie Doyle replied to Bill MacPherson's discussion 'Effective communication between trustees and their constituents'
"Excellent point Mike!  I often feel like the parent/community 'consultations' come after decisions have been made.  These aren't really consultations or attempts to work with the parents/community, they're just…"
Oct 15

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