Any parent or citizen interested in the school can attend P&C meetings. However, in order to be eligible to vote on issues, you will need to become a P&C member.
To become a P&C member:
You can join the P&C at any time throughout the year, however voting rights do not commence until the meeting after your membership has been ratified. The exception to this is applications submitted at the AGM.
Download, complete and sign the 'Membership Form'.
Once the form has been completed, these can be scanned and emailed to the P&C Business Manager.
If you cannot attend the next General Meeting where your membership will be ratified, you will need to sign the additional waiver on the membership form.
Each year at the AGM, all of the previous year's memberships lapse. New applications are accepted at the start of the meeting and voting rights commence immediately.
Junior School P&C Parent Group
The Kelvin Grove State College Junior School P&C Subcommittee meet every 2nd & 7th Monday of each term at 6:00pm in the Junior School Library.
All are welcome to our meetings.
The JS P&C meetings are held on Monday evenings of the 2nd week and 7th week in each term at 6.00pm in the Junior School Library.
Dates for 2023
The School Pick Up Zone needs help urgently. If you are able to assist please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelvin Grove State College has a long history of working to involve parents in the whole college experience. Parent Groups were set up for the purpose of giving parents a voice and opportunity to share ideas and also a chance to meet other parents in the community. The Junior School P&C sub-committee meetings are attended by the Junior School principal and chaired by the Junior School P&C President. The group currently meets on the 2nd & 7th Mondays of each term at 6pm in the Junior School Library. This is the week before the official P&C Meeting, so any feedback or issues discussed can be passed on.
Pick Up Zone
Our school pick up zone is managed by two parent volunteers and a teacher aide every afternoon. Volunteering at our pick up zone is a great way to get to know our beautiful community a little better. It's a simple job, as the teacher aide knows the kids, so it’s just a matter of matching, safely dispatching and keeping the flow of cars moving.
Could you help out for 25 mins once every three weeks? If you can please contact the Coordinator by email email@example.com