The College Advisory Council provides advice and support to the Principal and the Staff of the College. Members of the College Council are valued for their wisdom and the contribution they make to the functioning of the College and work together to ensure that the Mercy Ethos underpins the life of the College.
COLLEGE ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP
It gives me great pleasure to inform you of the work that the College Advisory Council undertakes in collaboration with the College Leadership Team.
The Advisory Council is made up of parents who bring their diverse business, governance and leadership skills to offer input and support to the college on matters pertaining to policy, finances and future direction. Being a part of the Advisory Council means having a voice and listening to others when we speak. We appreciate all comments and strive to find the best solutions in the interest of the college. Guided by the Mercy Ethos, the decisions made at Council meetings align to the college’s seven core values: Spirituality, Excellence, Compassion, Justice, Hospitality, Community and Service.
With an open-door policy, regular parent/teacher events, Teacup Tuesday with the Principal, not to mention the Skoolbag App, there are many ways to stay connected to the college and involved in your child’s learning. Being a parent and guardian, I encourage you to become a part of your child’s education and the school community. The members of the College Advisory Council also welcome you to seek us out and discuss college-related matters.
It is said that “it takes a community to raise a child”. I can think of no other community that I would wish my child to be a member of – and guided by – than that of St Joseph’s College and its Leadership Team.
In my final year of the board as Chair, I will represent the parent body to the best of my abilities.
Scott Hopkins – Chairperson of St Joseph’s College Advisory Council
Please see document below for further information regarding the Advisory Council Constitution.
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