Welcome to Shoreline Community School!

In existence since 1980, Shoreline Community School Association is a not-for-profit society that works toward providing a broad range of learning and recreational opportunities for all members of the community. As a community school, SCSA has access to resources which, in addition to meeting community programming and service needs, are used to enrich the Middle School curriculum. SCSA strives to promote cooperation, coordination and partnership between various agencies in delivering programs that recognize and respond to the needs and interests within our community.

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DID YOU KNOW THAT WE HAVE
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS PROVIDED BY

Shoreline Community School Association

During the 2017/18 school year we were able to provide the following after school activities with no expense to families, using only grant money:

School Musical, Nights Alive 2 nights a week, Girls group, and Boys group.

We had a donation of 16 bikes and helmets last year and would like to start a cycling group for this upcoming school year. We would also like to restart an old tradition of family dances.

In order for the Shoreline Community School Association to continue we need:

Vice-President (1 year term) The secretary shall:

● Attend monthly Council meetings (6 per year)

● Attend a yearly retreat of Council one half day in the fall

● Attend all executive committee meeting (6 per year)

●Chair nominating committee-November through May

●Issue notices of meetings of the Society and Directors

Secretary (2 year term) The treasurer shall:

● Attend monthly Council  meetings (6 per year)

● Attend a yearly retreat of Council on half day in the fall

● Attend executive committee meetings (6 per year)

● Chair Finance committee meetings (3 per year)

● Keep and prepare financial statements of Society, oversee preparation by bookkeeper

● Render financial statements of the Society to the director, members and others when required

● Submit financial statements at the monthly meetings of Council

Treasurer (2 year term) ● To attend all Council meetings and report on the activities of the Program Committee (6 per year)

● To attend a yearly retreat of Council on half day in November

● To help coordinate Program meetings (3 per year) with Program Coordinator

● Chair all Program Committee meetings (5 per year)

● To recruit and ensure all committee members are notified of meetings

Program committee Chairperson (1 year term) ● Attend monthly Council meetings (6 per year)

● Attend a yearly retreat of Council one half day in November

● Report monthly to Council on teachers interests and concerns

● Report to support staff on the Society’s interests and concerns

Teacher Representative (1 year term) ● Attend monthly Council meetings (6 per yer)

● Attend a yearly retreat of Council one half day in November

● Report monthly to Council on support staff’s interests and concerns

● Report to support staff on the Society’s interests and concerns

Here are the general goals of afterschool programming initiatives for Shoreline Community School Association:

Increase participation in physical activity during after school hours in children age 11-14 that may have barriers to participate in regular community programming.

Increase self-expression, build skills, confidence and the ability to think creatively.

Increase art education, art literacy, art appreciation and public art awareness in the youth population.

Increase music education, music literacy and music appreciation.

Mission:

Through partnership we strive to continue building our community by providing sustainable access for middle school students, to education, recreation and community support.

Mandate:

Shoreline Community School Association addresses evolving community needs with innovative programming that provides a positive and progressive influence in the community. Shoreline Community School Association maintains a strong working relationship with Shoreline Middle School, and ensures accessibility to the public facility and builds strong working relationships with evolving community partners.

Values Statement:

By embracing the diversity within our community, which includes Songhees and Esquimalt people, Shoreline Community School Association addresses evolving community needs with innovative programming that:

● Provide a positive and progressive influence in the community

● Maintain a strong working relationship with Shoreline Middle School

● Ensures and expands accessibility to the public facility

● Build strong working relationships with evolving community partners

This all needs our association to have members. Please contact the Shoreline Community School Association if you are interested.

2750 Shoreline Drive

Victoria, BC   V9B 1M6

250-386-8367 ext. 3

shorelinecommunity@sd61.bc.ca

www.shorelinecommunityschool.ca

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