Membership is open to:
- All parents and guardians of students enrolled at the school.
- All citizens within the school community.
- The Principal of the school, or the Principal’s nominee, shall be a member, ex officio, of the P&C Association and its sub-committees.
School staff may become members of the P&C Association.
- Employees of the P&C Association can be a member; however, they will need to understand the Conflict of Interests and be aware of potential conflicts when attending and participating in a meeting
How do people become financial members of our P&C Association?
By paying the prescribed annual subscription (membership fee) of $1 to the Treasurer or nominee and their name recorded in the register of members. The register of members is updated at the close of a General Meeting and the close of the Annual General Meeting. The new member will be able to have voting rights in the following meeting.
What are the benefits of a financial membership?
- A financial member is able to participate in the democratic decision-making processes of the P&C Association.
- A financial member can be nominated and can hold an official position on the P&C
- A financial member who ‘consents’ to becoming a member of the organisation earns the rights and obligations under the law that regulates our P&C (ie. Federation of P&C Association NSW) and our own SIHS P&C Constitution.
NB. SIHS P&C ASSOC INC is a member of and follows the guidelines set by Federation of Parents and Citizens Association NSW. Our constitution and by-laws are prescribed by Federation of P&C Assoc NSW. For more info please click to Federation of P&C Assoc NSW page.
>> Email our Secretary to become a member