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Parent Involvement = Student Success
The Cedar Grove Advisory Council (PAC) includes parents and guardians of all Cedar Grove students. The purpose of the PAC is to represent parents with the goal of enhancing the education and well being of students at Cedar Grove Elementary School.  The parent body is an important asset, and parent involvement enriches our school community.


What Does the PAC Do?

For Parents:

  • Holds regular PAC meetings throughout the school year. All parents and guardians of Cedar Grove students are encouraged to attend.

  • Is a resource of info on PAC and school activities

  • Maintains a PAC website and Social Media pages.

  • Brings in speakers around topics of interest to parents of teens.

For Students:

  • Fund-raises to provide resources and equipment for the students that are not provided by the School District.

  • With parent, student and teacher input, manages provincial government gaming funds and PAC fund-raised monies to enhance students' educational experience.

  • Provides a hot lunch program 5 days per week

  • Coordinates school events such as Spring and fall fares, seasonal dances, family BBQ's and more!

  • Creates the annual year book

  • Supports various student initiatives and Grade 7 Farewell.


For the School:

  • Fundraise to support school initiatives (such as the Outdoor Classroom)

  • Maintains the Emergency Preparedness supplies.

For Staff:

  • Fundraise to provide resources for Staff that are not provided by the School District (Teacher Wish List).

  • Organizes a Staff Appreciation Luncheon.

In the Community:

  • Through a representative, liaises with the District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC)

  • Provides a $1,000 bursary to an Elphinstone Secondary graduate who attended Cedar Grove Elementary.

Our School

Cedar Grove Elementary School is within the traditional territory of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Nation on the Sunshine Coast, BC.  Thanks to the hard work of parents and the contributions of our community, we are very proud to have an accessible children's playground on our campus as well as a full scale medicine wheel.  There are over two hundred and forty students in attendance within regular K-7 elementary classes and special district programs.   The students and staff are supported by very active and involved parents.  We all enjoy the grove of many beautiful and culturally significant red cedar trees for which the school is named.  

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