Fort McMurray School Society
The School Society holds monthly meetings throughout the year. Some of the items under consideration of the Executive are growing the school, increasing enrollment and fundraising. The School Society only works when members participate, so all parents in the school are encouraged to attend meetings and to vote on issues.
For more information on how to become a member, please read the first section of the School Bylaws.
And if you like to know how our school is connected to the Public School District please see our Partnership Agreement with FMPSD
Schedule A - Education Vision and Mission Statement We are excited to partner with our families in the education and growth of their children at Fort McMurray Christian School. We ask that you read and acknowledge our Educational Vision and Mission Document. Acknowledgement can be done using the Society form that you will receive after registering and/or completing the demographic check for your child/children with Fort McMurray Christian School. Schedule A
Christian School Executive Members:
Christine Gogolinski - Chair
Josh Friend – Vice Chair
Dennis Vroom – Director of Public Relations
Clementina Okoro – Treasurer
Lisa Podor – Liaison with School Council
Krista Downey – Society Administrator
School Council had its first meeting for the 2021-2022 school year on Tuesday, September 8. As an Alternative program within the Public Board, many of the individuals present were new to school council so an overview was given of our Current Operating Procedure, which has a few amendments from our Previous Operating Procedure. In our next meeting (notification of date by parent emails and Weekly memo) we will be setting priorities for the year which may include hot lunch, anti-bullying, school improvement, waste reduction, school supplies, library, and Bible curriculum. Come and bring your ideas on these topics (or others) and join in strengthening our school.
For further info please contact Lisa Podor
Accountability Pillar Surveys
Alberta Education invites you to play an important role in your child’s education through the Accountability Pillar Surveys. Every year the provincial government sends out surveys to teachers, students and parents as a way of gathering information on the quality of education provided by schools in the province. Teacher and student surveys are conducted online, parents are surveyed by mail.
To find out more information about the surveys this note from 2013 gives a good idea of what it is all about. Accountability Pillar Survey Letter to Parents.