This is an unofficial summary of all motions brought to Standing Committees and Board Meetings of School District 61 Greater Victoria (City of Victoria, Oak Bay, Esquimalt, View Royal, and part of Saanich) since January 2012, when I started my first term as Trustee, and all Trustees took office, after the November 2011 civic elections.
Unofficial meeting records and more from SD61 Greater Victoria
H. New Business / Notices of Motion: Develop a Policy Re Classroom Pets H.1 New Business McNally: That the Board direct the Policy Sub-Committee to develop Policy in regard to animals kept as “classroom pets”, and that the Committee take into account consider the BCSPCA’s statement on animals in classrooms and the possibility that classroom pets […]
Aboriginal Education Report: Meetings with Esquimalt and Songhees Educational Dept. / Collaboration and discussion with a common focus / “How are on-reserve students really doing in literacy?”
/ Determining what baseline data is needed and how to begin to collect it / Collecting baseline data to determine next steps
/ Partnering with IT to create a basic framework to input the data efficiently and effectively
P. 1 Board Meeting P. 2 SD61 District PAC (DPAC / VCPAC) information Due to illness, I did not attend this meeting. Agenda here. All motions carried, with the exception of my “Animals in Classrooms” motion which was removed from the agenda until a future date, as I was not there to speak to […]
1. That the Board give special consideration to the identified Equity Seeking Schools in all discussions of resource allocations, so that these schools may be provided with additional resources.
2. That the Board adopt and fund the recommendations of the District Facilities Accessibility Plan.
3. That the Board fund the application of the Base+ Model for sensory rooms.
4. That the Board fund the application of the Base+ Model for elementary school counsellor allocations.
5. That the Board seek avenues to provide additional support for mental wellness and social- emotional needs at middle and secondary schools.
6. That the Board support standardizing emergency response materials, procedures, and training across the District, so that each school is afforded the same level of emergency preparedness.