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The ACES School Council is a parent-led team that works to ensure that Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School remains a vibrant and enriching learning environment that promotes student success. School Council aims to enrich the lives of students by providing advice on issues affecting students, organizing special events, strengthening home-school communication, fundraising to contribute to sports, music, library, and STEM programs, as well as transportation for field trips,and school yard improvement.


We talk about everything and anything that is important to the ACES community, as well as raise funds to provide necessities that are no longer in school budgets. We have an opportunity to provide input into our children’s learning environment, work together on programs and events, raise issues, ask questions and stay up-to-date on everything important and new at our school. School Council is a fantastic way to connect with the school community. It is a great opportunity to come together and discuss current and future issues which will impact our school’s students and their families. In the process, we all get to know each other a little better!




ACES School Council Members: 2018 - 2019

 

VOTING MEMBERS:

Joe Rauti

Chair

Ritu Nanner

Vice Chair

John Lymer

Treasurer & Ottawa-Carleton Association of School Councils (OCASC) Representative

Melissa Hunt

Secretary

Julie Corrigan

Teacher Representative

Vacant

Community Representative

Eileen Reid

Parent Representative

Gloria Annable

Parent Representative

Kristen MacIntosh

Parent Representative

Marie McGahan

Parent Representative

Ron Park

Parent Representative

Laura Kealey

Parent Representative

 

NON-VOTING MEMBERS:

Richard Simpson

Principal

Sue Christie

Vice Principal

 

 


 

Membership on School Council is open to all parents/guardians of students enrolled at ACES. The membership of a school council changes from year to year. Each year, potential new council members will be recruited for election, elections will take place, and the newly elected members will be oriented to their tasks. Ideally, the membership of the school council will reflect the diversity of its school community. Parents and guardians must form the majority of members on the council. All members may bring before the council the issues and concerns of the groups that they represent and provide links to those groups. For a more comprehensive understanding of membership on school councils, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Education’s School Councils: A Guide for Members


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