Your school council

These council members were elected for the 2019-2020 school year at the first council meeting on September 19, 2019.

Kristi Marstrom
Communications / Website

Kathryn Harding
Teacher Representative

Sonia Antunes
Principal

Peter Rewega
Vice Principal

Tonia Krauser
Co-chair

Jaimie Donovan
Co-chair

Steve Parker
Treasurer

Sean Hurley
Secretary

Nigel Lawson
Ward Representative


Join Council

If you’d like more information about being part of Council, please email us, attend a meeting or ask one of us in person!

Clinton School Council Position Descriptions
as of SeptEMBER 2019

Co-Chair(s)

Term: minimum 2 year commitment, September - September

Time: approximately 10-15 hours/month

Role/responsibilities: 

  • Arrange, attend and chair Council meetings

  • Prepare meeting agendas

  • Ensure minutes are recorded and maintained

  • Facilitate conflict resolution

  • Participate as ex-officio member on Council sub-committees

  • Communicate with principal on behalf of Council

Treasurer

Term: minimum 1 year commitment, September - September

Time: approximately 5-10 hours/month

Role/responsibilities: 

  • Maintain Council bank account/Quickbooks

  • Act as signing authority on Council account

  • Pick up funds from school and deposit at bank

  • Manage counting of funds after events

  • Provide accurate monthly financial report

  • Provide accurate end of year financial report

  • Attend Council meetings

Secretary

Term: minimum 1 year commitment, September - September

Time: approximately 3 hours/month

Role/responsibilities: 

  • Attend and take attendance at Council meetings

  • Record minutes at Council meetings

  • Circulate draft minutes to Co-Chairs within a week of meeting

  • Send approved minutes to Communications Officer for posting to website

Communications Officer

Term: minimum 1 year commitment, September - September

Time: approximately 5-8 hours/month

Role/responsibilities: 

  • Create & maintain content on Council website

  • Draft/edit/deploy e-communications

  • Create promotional materials for council events and initiatives

  • Attend Council meetings


Ward Rep(s)

Term: minimum 1 year commitment, September - September

Time: approximately 2-4 hours/month

Role/responsibilities: 

  • Attend Ward meetings

  • Stay up-to-date on advocacy issues affecting the school

  • Act as liaison between Ward/Trustee and Clinton community

  • Attend Council meetings