School Council

WOSS SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL MISSION

The White Oaks Secondary School (WOSS) Council is committed to working collaboratively with the teachers, administrators, support staff, and students of WOSS to make decisions and develop strategies that will enhance the educational experience of all students. The Council will support the WOSS staff in its mission to:

  • Encourage and support students to pursue excellence in curricular pursuits

  • Create and maintain a positive school climate and a feeling of ownership in the school by encouraging students to participate in extracurricular activities and supporting them in their endeavors

  • Foster the relationship between the school and the local community

WOSS SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 2022-2023:

WOSS School Council will meet on the following dates:

  • September 19, 2022

  • October 24, 2022

  • November 28, 2022

  • February 13, 2023

  • May 29, 2023

CONTACT THE COUNCIL

We can be reached through the following e-mail address: wosscouncil@gmail.com

Council Members for 2022-2023:

  • Co-Chairs – Dale Chen, Mardea Hossain

  • Secretary – Iris Ai

  • Treasurer –Sid Goel

  • WOSS Uplift - Nav Nanda, Vandy Gadia, Mariam Moazzam

  • PIC Reps - Olivia Luo, Geet Sharma

  • Communications - Hiba Rizvi

  • Staff Reps - Suzana Stos, Summer Leitch

  • Student Reps – Ramin Syed, Alissa Morais

  • Principal – Christy Peterson

WOSS SCHOOL COUNCIL AGENDAS FOR 2022-2023

WOSS SCHOOL COUNCIL MINUTES FOR 2021-2022

LINKS FOR PARENTS

As a service to WOSS parents, WOSS School Council has compiled a list of links to sites that we feel might be of use and/or interest.

THE ROLE OF SCHOOL COUNCILS IN ONTARIO

School councils have been created to enhance students’ learning through the cooperative efforts of parents/guardians, students, staff members, and others in the community. School councils are an advisory body of volunteers who work together to provide ideas and opinions to help the principal and sometimes the school district, make schools a better place for learning. School Councils are involved with issues affecting the education programs, extracurricular activities, and the operation of individual schools. (A School Council is a provincially regulated advisory body functioning under Ministry of Education Regulation 612/00 and board policy.)

MORE INFO ABOUT SCHOOL COUNCILS

Use the following links to find out more about Ontario School Councils:

SCHOOL COUNCIL MEMBERS

School council membership reflects both the school and the community and includes the following voting members:

  • parents/guardians (including the chair, who must be a parent)

  • the principal (non-voting)

  • a teacher

  • a non-teaching school staff member

  • a student representative (on secondary school councils only)

  • at least one member from the community at large (appointed by council)

Parents and guardians must make up the majority of council members. The positions within School Council (i.e., executive officers: chair, treasurer, and secretary) are elected positions.