Our first meeting is this Wednesday, September 28th, at 7:00 PM. Our meetings this year will once again be at DEC (140th St. & 92nd Ave.), in the main boardroom on the second floor. This month’s meeting will be focused on “PAC 101” – running an effective meeting, how to record minutes, good document retention practices, proper financial record keeping, school planning council information, and more. We hope to have plenty of time left over at the end of the meeting for roundtable discussions on teacher job action, capital funding, playground funding, and more.

We’d like you to register for DPAC so we have all of your contact information; there is no cost, and a form is attached. BCCPAC is a valuable resource, so we also encourage all Surrey PACs to register in order to get important news and updates, access to some great tools, and a vote on important provincial issues.

We look forward to seeing you all this Wednesday!

Thanks,

Bob Holmes
Co-President
Surrey DPAC


 
 
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PLEASE PASS ON TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW THAT GOES THROUGH KING GEORGE AND 160TH STREET AND OR VISITS THE MAC'S STORE CORNER.

THE ONLY WAT THE CITY OF SURREY WILL DO ANYTHING AT THE INTERSECTION OF 160TH AND KING GEORGE BLVD SPEED LIMIT 70KMH EARL MARRIOTT STUDENTS AND FUTURE STUDENTS  PUT THERE LIVES AT RISK EVERYDAY AT THIS INTERSECTION.


FOLLOW THE EASY TO USE FORM IN THE ATTACHMENT IT TELLS YOU HOW TO COMPLAIN TO THE CITY OF SURREY TO GET THEM TO DO SOMETHING.

SIX YEARS IS TO LONG. DO WE HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL AND EARL MARRIOTT STUDENT GETS KILLED BEFORE SOMETHING IS DONE.

PASS IT ONTO THE GRADE 12 GRADS, PASS IT ONTO THE PARENTS ANYONE WHO TRAVELS THRU THIS INTERSECTION FOR ANY REASON BY CAR FOOT BUS HAS A RIGHT TO COMPLAIN.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANTS. THE MORE OF US THAT COMPLAIN THE SOONER THEY WILL HAVE TO ACT.

LETS GET THEM TO ACT BEFORE SOMEONE GETS KILLED NOT AFTER.

IF YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION VISIT PARM DURING THE DAY'S AT THE MAC'S STORE. HE CAN TELL YOU WHAT HE HAS SEEN KIDS RUNNING ACROSS THE ROAD WITH CARS RACING TOWARDS THEM AT 70KMH.

REGARDS,
MICHAEL