Trustee Voting Records: January 2012 On

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.

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September  2016

Sept 12/16: Education Policy & Directions / Not present: Leonard

  • Whiteaker: Motion to receive the technology stewardship ad hoc committee report./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • Whiteaker: Motion to dissolve the Technology Stewardship ad hoc committee as its work has been completed. /  Carried. Unanimous.
  • Recommended motion from Superintendent: That the Board direct the Superintendent to draft a Terms of Reference for the Equity Committee. / Carried. Unanimous.[Superintendent will bring TOR to Board meeting.]
  • Policy Subcommittee Monthly Report a) Policy and Regulation 4305 Gender Identity and Gender Expression : That the Board create new Policy and Regulation 4305 Gender Identity and Gender Expression. [Attached, pp 11-17] / Carried.  Unanimous.
  • Nohr: That the Board accept and implement the draft proposal “Board of Education Plan 2016-17” as a general guideline for the Ed Policy and Directions,  OPPS and  Board meetings. [ The Board met in late August to develop a work plan for the school year, covering topics to be discussed and schools that will present at meetings. It’s a general  organizing document,  not a limiting one.] / An unclear process during discussion of the motion. Will be postponed to the next Ed Policy meeting.
  • Whiteaker: That the Board instruct the Superintendent to develop a Policy change wording for Regulation 3510.2 Stray Animals in Schools that includes a provision requiring dogs on school property to be leashed. [This is not the exact wording.] Watters, amendment :  That the Board give direction to staff to amend the Regulation to add the leash provision for dogs on school property during school hours./ Carried. Unanimous.

Sept 19/16:Operations Policy and Planning / Not present: Ferris,  Loring-Kuhanga

  • 5. Superintendent’s Report:recommended motions:
    i. That the  Board of Education of School District No. 61 (Greater Victoria),  open the former site of Burnside  Elementary School and provide the appropriate information to the Ministry of Education according to the  School Opening and Closure Order In Council with the temporary name of the Burnside Education  Centre effective September 30, 2016. / Carried. Unanimous
  • ii. That the Board of Education of School District No. 61 (Greater Victoria)  direct the Superintendent to make  application to the Ministry of Education to access School District Ministry of Education restricted capital  up to  $1.9 million  for the purposes of rehabilitating the Burnside Education Centre. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • Recommended from Policy SubCommittee:
    • 1.That the Board approve revised Policy 1160 Public Information.   / Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker 2.That the Board delete Policy 1160.1 Fees for Access to Information and create Policy 1161 Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act .  /  Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker 3 . That the Operations Policy and Planning Committee refer the draft regulations for Policy 1161 Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, be circulated to our stakeholders for comment and be presented at  the October [amended to “January”]2016 Operations Policy and Planning Committee.   / Carried as amended. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker                                                                               4. That the Board accept the recommendation of the  Policy SubCommittee that Policy 1322.1 Student Participation in Public Contests and Events,  be considered reviewed with no changes.  / Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker                                                         5. That the Board delete Policy 1160.2 Personal Information Received in Confidence./ Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker6. That the Board of Education of School District No. 61 (Greater Victoria) delete Policy 1161  Financial  Reports.   / Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker                                                7.That the Board delete Policy 1324.1 Relations Between Public and Students –   Business Firms.  / Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker                                                                         8.That the Board delete Policy 1332.7  Student Care. /Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker                           9. That the Board delete Policy 1410 Board and Municipalities Liaison Re: School Capacities. / Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker                                                                                           10.That the Board delete  Policy 1411 Inter School District Liaison.   /Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker
  • Recommended Loveridge, Director of Facilities: That the Board approve for submission to the Ministry of Education, the 2016/17 Five Year Capital Plan. / Carried. For: Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters   Abstain: Whiteaker
  • New Business: Orcherton: That the Board reaffirm that stakeholder representatives seated at the Board table have the right to voice without vote as regular public board meetings. / Carried. For: Leonard, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter Against: McNally, Watters  Abstain: Whiteaker
  • New Business: Whiteaker: That the Board continue to offer the Parent Education Fund for the 2016/2017 year as offered in the 2015/2016 school year. Further the board and struck the communication coordinator to fully inform PACS of this opportunity by September 30, 2016./ Carried.   Abstain: Whiteaker
  • New Business: Whiteaker: That the Board amend Bylaw 9360 General Meeting off the Board Section 11. B to add “Partner Group Reports”. / Carried. For:  Leonard, McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters Abstain: Whiteaker
  • New Business: McNally: That the board rescind the motion previously passed on January 23, 1989 addressing partner group participation at Board meetings.[All Trustees present agreed by motion to postpone this motion to the next OPPS meeting.It seemed the meeting had reached the limits of rational debate.For Robert’s Rules-based rationale for motion, see the entire blog post.]

Sept 26/16 Board Meeting

  • Bylaw reading for the 3d time as required by other Bylaw was left off last agenda. read 3d time. This is a Bylaw change to add “Partner Group Reports” to the agenda. / Carried unanimously.
  • Superintendent:Seeking Board support for a motion to develop a Committee to examine this issue, and report back in December; also for Superintendent to draft TOR: Committee established to Examine possibilities for stakeholder engagement that will inform District Communications and Engagement Plan. // So moved: Watters / McNally. / Carried. For: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters, Whiteaker
  • Paynter: Superintendent to draft  TOR and bring back to next OPP. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • McNally: TTB support the request of the Our Place Society to extend the temporary housing at My Place Transitional Home at 1240 Yates St, until March 31/17./ Carried.  For: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters, Whiteaker  Abstain: Orcherton
  • Recommended motions (recommended because they carried at the Ed Policy Standing Committee meeting): i. That the Board receive the Tech Stewardship Ad Hoc Cttee report. / Carried.For: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, McNally,  Watters, Whiteaker Against: Nohr, Paynter // ii. That the Board dissolve the Tech Stewardship Cttee as its work is done./ Carried. For: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, McNally,  Nohr,Watters, Whiteaker Against:  Paynter // iii. That the Board create new Policy and Regulation 4305 Gender Identity and Gender Expression./ For: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Paynter, Whiteaker. Against: Nohr  (Orcherton  left the meeting prior to the vote.) // iv. That the Board accept the draft proposal Board of Education Plan 2016-17 as a general guideline for the Ed Policy and Directs meetings, the OPPS meetings, and the Board meetings./ Carried, as amended: Watters: Amendment: Remove “draft”. / Carried unanimously. //
    v. [Was mistakenly left off the agenda]: That the Board direct the Superintendent to develop a draft Terms of Reference for the Equity Committee. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • Recommended motions (because they carried in the OPP Standing Cttee meeting): i. That the Board of Education direct the Facilities Planning Committee to liaise with Victoria Microhousing about potential opportunities and report back to the future OPP Committee meeting. / Defeated. For:  McNally, Nohr ,Watters, Paynter   Against: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, Whiteaker
  •   REcommended snce carried at OPP Standing Committee, moved as a group : i.That the Board open the site of the former Burnside Elementary  School and provide the appropriate information to the Ministry of Education according to the School Opening and Closure Order in Council with the temporary name of Burnside Education Centre, effective September 30/16. // ii.TTB direct the Superintendent to make application to the Min of Ed to access School District Min of Ed restricted capital up to $1.9 million to rehabilitate the Burnside Education Centre. //iii.TTB approve revised Policy 1160 Public Information. // iv.TTB delete Policy 1160.1 Fees For Access To Information and create Policy 1161  Freedom Of Information And Protection Of Privacy Act.// v.That the OPP Cttee refer the draft Regulations for Policy 1161, be [ sic? “for circulation”?] circulated to stakeholders for comment and be presented at a future OPP Cttee meeting no later than January 2017.// vi.TTB accept the recommendation of the Policy Subcttee that Policy 1322.1 Student Participation In Public contests And Events be considered reviewed with no changes.// vii.TTB delete Policy 1160.2 Personal Information Received In Confidence.// viii.TTB delete Policy 1161 Financial Reports. //ix.TTB  Delete Policy 1324. 1 Relations Between Public And Students – Business Firms.// x.TTB delete Policy 1332.7 Student Care.// xi.TTB delete Policy 1410 Board And Municipalities Liaison Re: School Capacities.//  xii.TTB delete Policy 11411 Inter-School District Liaison.// xiii.TTB approved for submission to the Ministry of Education the 2016/2017 Five Year Capital Plan. // All carried unanimously.
  • xiv.TTB reaffirm that stakeholders representative seated at the Board table have the right to voice without vote at regular public Board meetings. / Motion that Board refer this motion to the newly established Communication Committee. Unanimous.
  • xv.TTB continue to offer the Parent Education Fund for the 2016/17 year as offered in the 2015/16 school year. Further, the Board instruct  the communication coordinator to fully inform PACS of this opportunity by September 30/16. //
    xvi.TTB amend Bylaw 9360 General Meeting Of The Board 11.b  to add Partner Group Reports.// Both carried unanimously.
  • Recommended, Sec-Treas: TTB Approved the internally restricted surplus appropriation of $18,158,834 as shown on Schedule 2 of the Financial Statements, being held for school level funds $5,735,930 (note A ) , unspent project budgets $3,750,175 (note B), purchase order commitments $961,965 (note  C), and the previously approved budget surplus of $7,710,764 (note D)./ Carried.  Unanimous. //  ii. TTB approve $3,700,000 of the June 30/16 unrestricted operating surplus of $4,641,593 ( note E) to be carried forward and applied toward the 2017/18 projected deficit of $5,500,000 ($1,800,000 carry forward approved in April 2016 ( note D). /Carried. Unanimous. // iii. TTB approve $500 million of the June 30/16 unrestricted operating surplus of $4,641,593 (note E) to provide learning resources to support the new curriculum./Carried. Unanimous.//  iv.TTB approve $441,593 of the June 30/16 unrestricted operating surplus of $4,641,593 (note D) to support deferred maintenance in our facilities. // Carried. Unanimous.// v) TTB approve the audited financial statements of SD 61 for the year ended June 30/16 and that the Board Chair, the Superintendent and the Secretary-Treasurer be authorized to execute the statements where applicable on behalf of the Board./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • Sec-Treas: Statement of Financial Information: TTB approve the schedules as required by the Financial Information Act for the period July 1/15 to June 30/16. / Carried. Unanimous.
  •  McNally: TTB support the request of Our Place Society to extend the temporary housing at the My Place Transitional Home located at 1240 Yates Street, until March 31/17. / Carried.

October 2016

Oct 3/16: Education Policy and Directions

  • Watters:That the Board instruct the Chair to write a letter to the Minister of Education expressing the challenges of providing learning resources to fully support the new curriculum , and requesting that additional funds be provided for this purpose. / Withdrawn after discussion.
  • Whiteaker: That the Policy Sub-Committee review Regulation 3510.2 Stray Animals in Schools to consider leashing language for dogs during school hours n school property./ Carried.

Oct 11/16: Operations Policy and Planning

  • Recommended motion [by Superintendent]: That the Board approve the Public Engagement Ad Hoc Committee TOR./ Carried. Unanimous
  • Delete Policy 3313.1 Sale of Merchandise or Services Vending Machines in Secondary Schools. / Carried. Unanimous [Broader than vending machines; some schools have ATMs now.]
  • Delete Policy 3327 Grants (Fees For Service)./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board create Policy 2101 Deputy Superintendent. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • Paynter: That commencing at the end of the 2015/16 fiscal year [that fiscal year has ended] the Trustee Pro-D fund allocations will be returned to general revenue for allocation in the next fiscal year./ Withdrawn.
  • McNally on behalf of Whiteaker: That the Board amend Bylaw 9130 Standing Committees to remove the words “with votng rights” from Item #4 and Item #5. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • McNally: That the Board rescind the motion previously passed on January 23, 1989 addressing partner group participation at Board meetings. / Withdrawn. [Ad Hoc Committee has been struck to deal with participation.]

Oct 24/16 Board Meeting

  • That the Board request Deputy Superintendent to bring to the March 6/17 Ed Policy and Directions meeting an interim report to the Board on the District’s food awareness initiative. / Carried. Unanimous.
    ii. That the Board receive the Fast Track update report. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board  give direction to the Superintendent to develop a Policy and Regulation [ for codes of conduct] based on the Board’s values as expressed in the Strategic Plan, and as included in Ministerial Order 27/06/07 on Codes of Conduct. / Carried as amended. Unanimous. // Paynter: Values should be addressed at the school level.Amendment: Remove “based on the Board’s values as expressed in the Strategic Plan”. / No seconder. //  Whiteaker: Amendment: Add “for codes of conduct”/  Carried. Abstain: Paynter
  • That the Board approve the Public Engagement Ad Hoc Committee TOR./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board delete Policy 3313.1 Sale of Merchandise or Services – Vending Machines in Secondary Schools . / Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board delete Policy 3327 Grants (Fees For Service)./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board create Policy 2101 Deputy Superintendent. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board amend Bylaw 9130 Standing Committees to remove the words “with voting rights” from Item 4 and Item 5. / Carried. Unanimous.[All 3 readings of the Bylaw change carried unanimously.]
  •  That the Board recieve the Superintendent’s report of Sept 26/16 as presented./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board approve the Equity Ad Hoc Committee TOR. (pp 43-44 agenda) / Carried. Unanimous.
  • That the Board approve the student Registration and Transfer Ad Hoc Committee TOR.  (pp 45-46) / Carried as amended. Unanimous. // McNally: amend: Amendment: Strike the phrase and word as the Equity TOR. Similar with “voting” statement. / Carried. Abstain: Whiteaker
  • TTB adopt the Secretary-Treasurer’s report of Oct 24/16 as presented./ Carried. Unanimous.
  • TTB agree to give all 3 readings of Capital Bylaw 15/16 CP SD61 01 Capital Plan 2015/16 at this Board meeting./ Carried as amended. Unanimous. // Leonard: Amendment: Add “pertaining to Vic West and Reynolds “. / Carried. Unanimous
  • Bylaw read 3 times to allow installation of a concrete sidewalk and asphalt pedestrian bike lane on property that straddles Lansdowne Middle School and The Corporation of the District of Saanich. / Carried. Unanimous.
  • Whiteaker: That the Board write to the Minister of Education expressing their support of the democratic right of the public to an elected Board of Education. Therefore, the Board call on the Minister to amend the School Act to require the Lt Governor in Council to order an electi0n be held within one year in the event that an “official trustee” has been appointed to a District Board of Education./ Carried as amended.  For: Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters   Against: Ferris, Leonard, Orcherton, Whiteaker // Watters:  Amendment: within 6 months./ Amendment carried / For: Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters   Against: Ferris, Leonard, Orcherton, Whiteaker
  • McNally: That the Board instruct the Chair to write  letter to  former VSB Trustees Lombardi, Alexander, Bacchus, Wong and Fraser expressing unequivocal support for their decisions in defense of public education, particularly since June 30, 2016. / Defeated.  For: McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters. Against: Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, Orcherton, Whiteaker
  • McNally: That the Board direct the Chair to write a letter to Minister of Education Bernier expressing SD61’s outrage at his dismissal of SD39’s elected Board. / Defeated. For: Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr,  Watters. Against: Ferris, Leonard,  Orcherton, Paynter, Whiteaker // Loring-Kuhanga: Amendment: Replace “outrage” with “disappointment”. / Carried.
  • Watters: That the Board instruct the Chair to write a letter to the BCSTA President condemning the partisan letter issued to media after the dismissal of the Vancouver School District’s elected Board of Education. / Carried. For: Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters  Against: Ferris, Leonard, Orcherton, Whiteaker
  • Whiteaker: Permission to take motion to provincial council this weekend to request Ministry to extend the timeline for implementation of revised high school curriculum. [Now September 2017.] /  Yes; Unanimous.

November 2016

Nov 7/16: Education Policy and Directions Standing Committee

5.D: Nohr: That the Board direct the Superintendent to seek input from the District ANEC  [The Aboriginal Nations Education Council represents Aboriginal communities, organizations, families and students, as well as teachers,administrators and Aboriginal Nations Education staff. P 5 LEA] and the Esquimalt and Songhees representatives on the implementation of the educational recommendations as outlined in the TRC [7 calls to action, p 6], and report back to the June / 17 Ed Policy and Directions meeting. / Whiteaker: Motion to postpone indefinitely./ Carried. Unanimous: Ferris, Nohr, Orcherton, Whiteaker

5 E. Nohr: That the Board instruct the Chair to write a letter of support to the Abbotsford school community expressing condolences at the tragic loss of life of Letisha Reimer.[paraphrased]. / Carried. Unanimous: Ferris, Nohr, Orcherton, Whiteaker

November 14/17 Operations Policy and Planning Standing Committee

6.A A. Job Descriptions in Policy and Regulations (p 8-43) : Recommended motion [by District Principal, Human Resource Services]: That the Board delete Policy 2123.044 Supervisor of Data Processing. / Carried. Unanimous (Leonard, McNally, Paynter)

7.B B.Request to name basketball court at Oak Bay High School (p 60-62)
Motion recommended by senior administration; motion proposed by Dave Thomson, Principal Oak Bay High School: That the Board approve naming the basketball court in the teaching gym at Oak Bay High School “The Don Horwood Court”. / Carried. Unanimous.

7.D D. Policy Subcommittee Report Recommended motions from the Committee: i) That the Board delete Policy 3526 Emergency Repairs to School Plant. / Carried. Unanimous. ii) That the Board reviewed Policy 3545.2 Field Trips . // McNally: A motion has to be an action that can be  be taken by the Board. Amendment: Suggest “retain” instead of “reviewed”, since retention of the Policy is what happened after the review./ Carried as amended. Unanimous.  iii) That the Board reviewed [That the Board retain, as above] Policy 3545.25 Overnight Accommodation. / Carried. Unanimous.

10. A: Nohr: That the Board request senior staff to establish a link on the District website to provide the public with information pertaining to Trustees’ annual expenses, updated at the end of each school year./ Amended to “the end of each fiscal year” at suggestion of Secretary-Treasurer./  McNally: Amendment:Replace “pertaining to” with “itemized expenses”/. Defeated.// Main motion carried.

11. Notices of Motion: 1. McNally: That the Board request senior administration to prepare a budget for the January 2017 iteration of the Needs Budget Committee that includes restored language previously stripped from the GVTA Collective Agreement, to be submitted along with the projected budget for the 2017-18 school year.  2. McNally: That the Board direct the Chair to send a letter to the BCTF congratulating the Federation on its November 10, 2016 victory at the Supreme Court of Canada3. McNally: That the Board instruct the Chair prepare the necessary documents to effect withdrawal of this Board from BCSTA as soon as possible.

November 28/16 Board Meeting

A.3: Business Arising From Minutes: That the Board amend Bylaw 9250.2 Notices of Motion to delete the words “and may vote” from Item #3. / Carried. Unanimous. Read three times.

A.4 Trustee Elections
a)
Election of Chair: Nominated: Loring-Kuhanga, McNally. McNally declined the nomination with thanks. Acclaimed: Loring-Kuhanga.
b)
Election of Vice-Chair: Nominated: Ferris, McNally, Orcherton (declined), Paynter (declined).  Elected: Ferris
c)
Election of BCPSEA Rep: Nominated: McNally (declined), Nohr (declined),  Orcherton, Paynter. Elected: Paynter
d)
Election of BCSTA Rep: Nominated: McNally (declined), Whiteaker Acclaimed: Whiteaker

D.1 b) i i. That the Board instruct the Chair to write a letter of support expressing our sincere condolences to the Abbotsford school community for the tragedy and loss of life of Abbotsford Senior Secondary student Letisha Reimer. / Carried. Unanimous.

D.2 b) Recommended motions (because they carried in the OPP Standing Cttee meeting) Watters sever #3, Whiteaker sever #8. i.Delete Policy 2123.044 Supervisor of Data Processing. / Carried. Unanimous. ii. Regulations for deletion, information only (Trustees debate Policy; senior admin deals with Regulations) iii.Approve naming basketball court in teaching gym at Oak Bay High “ the Don Horwood Court”. / Carried. Unanimous. iv.Policy SubCommittee Report  (pp 68-72) v. Delete Policy 3526 Emergency Repairs to School Plant. / Carried. Unanimous.
vi.Retain Policy 3545.2 Field Trips ; replace “the Board of School Trustees” with “the Board of Education”.  / Carried. Unanimous.
vii. Retain Policy 3545.25 Overnight Accommodation; replace “the Board of School Trustees” with “the Board of Education”.  / Carried. Unanimous. viii. That the Board request senior staff to establish a link on the District website to provide the public with information pertaining to the Superintendent’s and Trustees’ annual expenses, updated at the end of each fiscal year, and including the first two years of this term./ Carried. For: Ferris, Loring-Kuhanga, McNally, Nohr, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters, Whiteaker  Abstain: Leonard ix. Regulation 3323 Purchasing Services: Info only; many changes.

H. 1 a) Nohr:  That the Board request that the Superintendent provide a report on trauma support and safety procedures currently implemented in our schools./ Carried. Unanimous   b) McNally: That the Board direct senior administration to prepare a budget for the January 2017 iteration of the Needs Budget Committee that includes restored language previously stripped from the GVTA Collective Agreement , to be submitted along with the projected budget for the 2017-18 school year. / Withdrawn by mover as this is underway  –  P99 agenda)  c) McNally: That the Board direct the Chair to send a letter of congratulation to the BCTF congratulating the Federation on its November 10, 2016 victory at the Supreme Court of Canada. / Carried as amended. Unanimous. // Ferris: Amendment: Add “urging the parties – BCTF and provincial government – to work closely together to achieve the goals of the Supreme Court ruling“.  / Carried (debate below). For:Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, Nohr, Orcherton, Whiteaker   Against: McNally, Paynter, Watters // Paynter: Amendment to amendment: Add “as soon as possible”. / Carried 7/9. (McNally: On amendment as amended: The goal has been achieved. The illegally stripped language is restored. There is no need to “work to achieve the goal”.)  d) McNally: That the Board instruct the Chair to prepare the necessary documents to effect withdrawal of this Board from the BCSTA as soon as possible. / Postponed until after meeting with BCSTA President Rezansoff.  //  Watters: Motion to postpone motion until after meeting with BCSTA President./ Carried. For:   Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, Orcherton, Watters, Whiteaker    Against: McNally, Nohr, Paynter // Watters: That the Chair accept the BCSTA invitation to come to SD61 to meet with the SD61 Board. / Carried.  For:   Ferris, Leonard, Loring-Kuhanga, Orcherton, Paynter, Watters, Whiteaker    Against: McNally, Nohr

 

 

 

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