The President speaks on behalf of the PAC and consults with PAC members including presiding at membership and executive meetings. They ensure that an agenda is prepared, appoint committees where authorized by the membership or
executive, ensure that the PAC is represented in school and district
activities and ensure that PAC activities are aimed at achieving the purposes
set out in the constitution.
The Vice President supports the president in executing their roles and responsibilities including assuming the duties of the president in the president’s absence or upon request. They also assist the president in the performance of their duties and accept extra duties as required. They are also responsible for forming a nomination committee for the new executive in advance of the Annual General Meeting.
The Treasurer ensures all funds of the PAC are properly accounted for and disburses funds as authorized by the membership or executive. They ensure that proper financial records and books of account are maintained and report on all receipts and disbursements at general and executive meetings. They make financial records and books of account available upon request and ready for inspection or audit annually. With the assistance of the executive, they draft an annual budget and submit an annual financial statement at the annual general meeting.
The Recording Secretary ensures that members are notified of meetings, they record and file minutes of all meetings and keep an accurate copy of the constitution and bylaws, and make copies available to members upon request. They prepare and maintain other documentation as requested by the membership or executive and issue and ensure safekeeping of all records of the council.
The COPACS Representative attends all District PAC (COPACS) meetings and represent, speak, and vote on behalf of the PAC. They maintain current registration of the PAC and report regularly to the membership and executive on all matters relating to COPACS. They seek and give input to COPACS on behalf of the PAC, receive, circulate, and post newsletters, brochures, and announcements and receive and act on all other communications from COPACS including liaising with other parents and COPACS representatives.
Receives correspondence on behalf of the council and reports at regular PAC meetings on correspondence received.
First Nations Representative
Responsible for communicating and acting as a liaison for the First Nations community at Brentwood Elementary and will bring forth the First Nations perspective.
School Planning Council
Perform duties as outlined in sections 8.1 to 8.3 of the School Act and attend meetings of the School Planning Council and report back to PAC. The SPC rep seeks input from the PAC when requested and act as a liaison with the School Planning Council.