The Peregian Springs State School Council was established in 2013 as a result of the school being given independent public school status in 2012.
The School Council’s role is to
monitor the school’s strategic direction.
approve - Plans and procedures of the school of a strategic nature; and other documents affecting strategic matters, including the annual estimate of revenue and expenditure for the school.
monitor the implementation of the plans, procedures and other documents mentioned above.
advise the school’s Principal about strategic matters.
The school council meet four times a year members.
The following staff and parents form our school council:
Sara Hollonds – Chair
Gwen Sands – Principal
Vacant position – P&C President
Jodie Curran - Community Representative
Russell Krause - Community Representative
Chris Cashman - Secretary
Chris Wise - Staff representative
Vacant position - Parent Community Representative
The School Council’s operations are governed by a constitution.
More information about how School Council’s operate in state schools can be found at http://ppr.det.qld.gov.au/education/community/Pages/School-Councils.aspx
Nominations for positions on School Council are advertised in the school newsletter.