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All parents and guardians who have a child registered in Chilliwack School District are automatically members of the school's Parent Advisory Council (PAC).
Parent Advisory Councils (PACs):
The District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC):
For more information on PAC or DPAC, contact your child's school.
Advocates are volunteer parents appointed by the district's DPAC and trained to help other parents in resolving school based issues. The Advocacy Service will assist in situations where additional support may help parents and students to quickly and effectively resolve concerns with the school before they grow into more difficult problems.
An Advocate can:
Further information is available from your child's school or your school PAC.
The provincial government has mandated the establishment of School Planning Councils to formally acknowledge the importance of parental involvement in improving student achievement. A School Planning Council is an advisory body with the responsibility of consulting with the school community in developing, monitoring and reviewing school plans for improving student achievement.