About PAC
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About PAC

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All parents and guardians of children attending our school are automatically members of the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) and entitled to attend meetings and vote. Teachers, staff and admin are non-voting members.

The PAC serves several purposes, including:

  • contributing ideas and suggestions to the school principal and staff about school programs, policies and activities,
  • promoting cooperation and communication between families and the school, and involvement of parents and other community members in providing for the education of children,
  • fundraising and volunteering to support and enhance student learning,
  • and building our school community.

We have several committees working on initiatives that benefit the school.

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The PAC Executive uses this to track our regular volunteers as well as parents who have expressed interest in volunteering their professional skills and/or time. In addition, PAC uses this database to email parents about upcoming events, workshops and meetings. Your information is kept confidential and not used beyond the PAC's work.

Meeting Minutes

  • June Minutes
  • May Minutes
  • April Minutes
  • March Minutes Here
  • February Minutes Here
  • January Minutes Here

Financial Information

  • Financial Snapshot March 2021 Here
  • Financial Snapshot April 2021 Here

Bylaws

  • Coming Soon

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General Gordon Elementary School 2268 Bayswater St., Vancouver, BC V6K 4P5 Phone: (604) 713-5403 🔗 Website 📌 Map

We acknowledge, with gratitude, that our school, where we play, work and learn, is on the traditional, unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Coast Salish Peoples.

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