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MAPC CHAIRPERSONS' BREAKFAST 2016 (for members)

MAPC is pleased to partner with two member schools this year and create a productive morning of networking and professional development.

Saturday, February 6, 2016 (Winnipeg)

École James Nisbet Community School  (Maples) will be the host school.  Click here to access the registration form.

Saturday, February 27, 2016 (Brandon)

École Harrison will host the Brandon, MB event. Download the registration to let us know you'd like to attend!

The MAPC Chairpersons’ Breakfast is your opportunity to connect with other MAPC members while learning more about MAPC. We hope you'll join us!

Call for Resolutions 2016

Every year, parents serving on school councils discuss educational issues they want to see addressed by the Manitoba government. They record these ideas in “statements of intent” by submitting a resolution for change. Proposed resolutions are reviewed by Manitoba Association of Parent Councils’ (MAPC) membership and voted on at our Annual General Meeting. If passed, these resolutions become part of MAPC position statements. New position statements are submitted to the Minister of Education for review and used to promote our position with other decision makers in Manitoba’s education system.

Your Parent Advisory Council must be a current MAPC member in good standing to propose a resolution. Please click here to download the guidelines to assist your PAC in making a submission. Deadline is March 4, 2016.

MEMBERSHIP WITH MAPC FOR THE 2015 - 2016 SCHOOL YEAR

Please note that MAPC memberships must be confirmed by FEBRUARY 5, 2016 in order for members to be in good standing and have voting privileges at the MAPC Annual General Meeting in the spring. 

Call the MAPC office if you are unsure of your membership status!

You can find membership registration forms here.

SUPPORT FOR PARENTS ADDRESSING CONCERNS

MAPC'S newest resource for parents is a handbook entitled, Empowering Parents: A Guide to Addressing Concerns in Manitoba Schools. The handbook is a starting point for parents to work towards addressing concerns in school communities and finding agreeable solutions for everyone involved. Follow the link to the Parent Council resource page for full access to the guide!