If you missed last week’s GM….it was noticed. We talked about you. We talked about how much we missed your good nature, your funny comments and the awesome way you light up the room when you enter. Not to worry, we know you tried to make it. We’ll see you next time. Here’s what you missed.
We heard about the Argyle rebuild process. Thanks to Argyle principal Liz Bell, (email@example.com ), School Trustee Cyndi Gerlach (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Argyle PAC chair Heather Skuse for speaking. Please contact them directly to keep informed and ask questions.
On the subject of Argyle, parents need to start applying more pressure on the government to get the contract signed for the rebuild and insist on more to meet community needs. Please get in touch with Tamrah to find out how you can help.
The North Vancouver Board of Education seeks your input on the 2016/17 Budget Priorities. Public comment on the 2016/17 Budget Priorities must be received via e-mail by Friday, March 4, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. The email address is: email@example.com.
Personally identifiable information (name, e-mail address, etc.) from your e-mail comment will not be included; only the text of your comment will be collated.
To learn more about historical budget priorities, current funding and operating grants, and the timelines for developing the 2016/17 Budget, please see http://www.sd44.ca/Board/BudgetFinancialInformation/BudgetInput/Pages/default.aspx
Finally, there were also great presentations from Ashley McIntosh (Igirl and Iguy) and Sarah Baldwin (BrainSTEM)
And, you missed out on the door prize, sponsored by Two Rivers Meats.
In other news, there’s been a change in fun lunch days. April 29 is now a Booster Juice day and May 6 is a sushi day.
Finally (for reals this time), we’ve found a volunteer to coordinate the spring carnival! More details to come.