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Get Involved:
Join a School Community Council

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School Community Councils (SCC's) have always been a vital part of our school communities, providing strong links between home and school to create a positive learning environment for students.

SCC's are comprised of parents, school staff, students and community members who work together to support student achievement. SCC members are elected by the school community, within the first 30 days of the school year, and work together to advise the principal on matters related to the school.
 

School Community Council Handbook
SCC Handbook
For more information, please consult the Durham District School Board School Community Council Handbook that is available at your local school or download one of the Frequently Asked Questions brochures translated in sixteen different languages.

 

SCC Brochure - ​Frequently Asked Questions

Arabic Bengali Chinese​ Dari​ English​
​Farsi Gujarati Hindi​ French Punjabi​
Romanian Russian​ Spanish​ Tamil​ Urdu
Vietnamese

Positive partnerships between home and
school are essential to
support students
as they strive for excellence
.

Contact your school principal if you are interested in volunteering as a member of your SCC.

Regional School Community Council Meetings

Regional SCC meetings are conducted throughout the year to provide SCC members an opportunity to attend works​hops and exchange ideas. 

​​Regional SCC Meetings  —
2017-2018
​ ​​
Nov​ember 7, 2017 February 27, 2018
 

Regional SCC meetings take place at 7:00 p.m. in the
Education Centre of the DDSB and the dates and times
for the meetings are highlighted above.
 

 

​Parent Involvement Committee
The Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) supports SCC's by providing them with resources, profess​ional development, and support. The committee is comprised of parent representatives from SCC's throughout Durham, Trustees, school and Board staff. To learn more about the PIC and their involvement, click on the link above.​