An ACT Public School


School Board

Each government school in the ACT is administered by a School Board whose membership is composed of the School Principal, two elected staff members, three elected members of the parent body and a nominee of the Education Directorate. Elected members normally serve a two-year period.

The School Board is the policy-making body of the school. Its major functions are to:

  • determine the educational policies to be implemented at the school
  • determine the purpose for which school funds are to be expended
  • assess the needs of the school in relation to buildings and facilities
  • develop relations between the school and community

Annual Board reports and school policies are available on the school website.

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