Function of the Board
The College Board comprises of representatives from parents, the community, staff and students. The Board has an important influence on the direction of the College with members bringing ideas and lending their expertise to strategic planning and community partnerships. We are fortunate to have an energetic, committed team, who are focussed on helping the students achieve their goals and it is encouraging that everybody works diligently to promote the best interests of the College throughout the year.
The responsibility of the Board include:
- establishing and reviewing from time to time, the College’s objectives, priorities and general policy directions
- the planning of financial arrangements necessary to fund those objectives, priorities and directions
- evaluating the College’s performance in achieving them
- formulating codes of conduct for students at the school
- 'endorse' the Delivery and Performance Agreement, Business Plan and Annual Report
- review and 'note' the College Budget and Extra Cost Optional Components
- 'note' the Funding Agreement
- approve agreements or arrangements for advertising or sponsorship
- in consultation with students, parents and staff, determine a dress code for students
- promote the College in the community
BOARD MEMBERSHIP 2023:
2023 Meeting Dates
The meeting dates for 2023 are proposed as follows:
- Term 1 - Monday, 27 February @ 4.00pm
- Term 2 - Monday, 22 May @ 4.00pm - Annual General Meeting
- Term 3 - Monday, 14 August @ 4.00pm
- Term 4 - Monday, 4 December @ 4.00pm
College Board Nomination Information
Parents interested in becoming a member of the College Board can download a nomination form below and email to email@example.com
All Board Members must complete a 'College Board Code of Conduct' and complete a 'Criminal History Screening' before their membership can be accepted which can befound below.
Please contact Donna Attwood on 6207 5504 if further information is required on this process.
Please note: The Screening Application must be completed and approved before you can be a member of the College Board.