School Council

Anne Hathaway School Council

All schools in Ontario have a school council. They are important advisory bodies to the schools and school board. The purpose of a school council is, through the active participation of parents, to improve student achievement and increase accountability of the education system to parents.

As a school council member, you can help your council learn about ways to contribute to the education of students in your school. Education is a partnership involving parents, students, teachers, principals, school boards, government, and the community. Through your involvement in the council, you are part of a team working to support a high-quality education system for the children of Ontario. Your participation can make a difference.

The school council must meet at least 4 times during the year. At Anne Hathaway, we typically meet once per month during the school year. 

More information about the role of School Councils can be found here 

New members are always welcome. Contact us to learn more or to join us! 

Jamie-Lee Wagler, School Council Chair

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