I was first elected in November 2011. P 1: 3 year term January 2012 – December 2014 (New Board sworn in after November 2014 civic elections) P2: Re-elected 4 year term January 2015-November 2018 (the 2018 civic election campaign period shortened by a month ) Jan 12 / 2012 McNally: Board provide FSA letter to parents […]
Month: September 2018
In the context of staff decisions to close District programs for students wit “low incidence designations” within broader Strategic Plan “Inclusive Education” decisions, do staff have any plans or intention to close Challenge Programs in SD61, also for student in “low incidence gifted”?
New Board will be sworn in November 5. This is a compressed meeting schedule this month, along with election activities so this is a compressed OPPS report! Elected SD61 Trustees: Leonard (1996), Ferris (1999), Orcherton (1999), Loring-Kuhanga (2011), McNally (2011), Nohr (2011), Paynter (2014), Watters (2014), Whiteaker (2014) P. 1 Operations Policy and Planning Meeting P. 2. DPAC Constitution / BCCPAC Lined Paper is my […]
P1: Education Policy and Directions Standing Committee Meeting notes P2: PACs, SD61 DPAC, BCCPAC SD61 Elected Trustees: Leonard (1996), Ferris (1999), Orcherton (1999), Loring-Kuhanga (2011 – not standing for election), McNally (2011), Nohr (2011 – not standing for election), Paynter (2014), Watters (2014), Whiteaker (2014) Civic elections BC October 20/18. Lined Paper is my personal record of and commentary on SD61 Board and Standing Committee meetings. Official, […]
Thank you Victoria Labour Council for endorsing me! With new campaign financing rules for BC civic elections for 2018, I can only contribute $2400 of my own money. That went fast – graphic designer (Michele at Ink-Well), photographer (Robin Duncan), signs (Alley Kat), rack cards and business cards (Camosun union print shop), car decal […]
With the changes to the campaign finance rules for this BC civic election, you may not get a rack card in your home mail box – in the 2014 election I got 5,000 out over six municipalities with a little help (a lot!) from my friends, but this year 3,000 for handing out at all […]