- Is a legally formed body that is given powers to set the key directions of a school,
- Is the major governing body of the school,
- Plays an important role in school accountability and improvement processes,
- Endorses the key school planning, evaluation and reporting documents.
There are four categories of membership – The Principal (Executive Officer), DET Employee (staff) members, Parent members and Community members. School counsellors are elected for a two-year term. Members are unpaid volunteers elected by the school community. Participating as a school council member is a rewarding and challenging experience. The School Council supports the principal to provide the best possible educational outcomes for students.
Our school council has several Sub-Committees which invites parental and community participation. These are Finance, Building and Grounds and Policy and Education.
School Council Meeting Dates:
Meetings are held on the second last Tuesday of each month commencing at 5.00pm. Sub-Committee meetings are held in the lead up to School Council.
School Council elections take place in February. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is generally held in March.
Term 1 Dates:
Term 2 Dates:
5th May – AGM
Term 3 Dates:
Term 4 Dates:
Please find some links to community organisations that parents/carers can use for respite, therapy, NDIS and carer support.
Department of Human Services – Centrelink, Medicare, Child Support Agency
Melton City Council
Moorabool Shire Council
Children and Young People with Disability Australia
Association for Children with a Disability
Autism Spectrum Australia
Cerebral Palsy Support Network
Pinarc Disability Support
McKillop Family Services