The School Of Alberta Ballet Professional Division
Councils & Committees
The School of Alberta Ballet holds Student Council elections in September of each school year. Students involved in Student Council have an opportunity to lead their peers in a variety of activities and events that enhance the school culture and community. Two Student Council representatives from each grade are voted through democratic process to represent their classmates throughout the school year.
Parent Advisory Council
The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is a collective association of parents, teachers, administrators, staff, students and community representatives working together to promote the well-being and effectiveness of the entire school community. The PAC is a means to facilitate cooperation among all stakeholders of the School of Alberta Ballet. At a minimum, meetings shall be held monthly from September through June each year. Membership to this group is open to all Professional Division academic parents. For information on how to become a member of the PAC, contact our Academic Principal Jane Roberts at email@example.com.
2015-2016 Parent Advisory Council Executive Members:
Chair – Rebecca Bennett
Vice Chair – Bill Gordon
Secretary – Lisa Lazarick and Charlotte Wilson
In September of 2013, the Alberta Ballet Board of governors appointed multiple members of its trustees to be members of the School Committee. Trustees of the School Committee are granted the authority to ensure the school fulfills its mandate to provide Grade 7 to 12 education within Alberta.
The School Committee ensures:
- each student has the opportunity to achieve his/her potential
- children are safe at school
- the jurisdiction’s financial and capital resources are well managed
- its business is conducted in a legal and ethical manner
When acting in its strategic leadership role the School Committee is planning for the future. Informed by environmental scans, the School Committee works on the School’s mission, values, vision and goals. The School Committee makes decisions about resources, programs and services that reflect its long term priorities. The School Committee also provides direction through its policies. This includes planning, developing, implementing and evaluating policy. The School Committee trustees exercises its decision-making authority by passing motions.