Wednesday, May 17, 2006

JIS school council meeting tonight (Wednesday)

Today (May 17th), the JIS school council holds its monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. This month it will take place in the 3rd floor conference room of the H Module.

(For those of you who, like me, are mystified by the module scheme, the H Module is the building closest to the Terogong Raya entrance. Go through the security checkpoint by the JIS admisssions office to enter the campus, turn immediately left, and find the stairs at the end of the building. Go up to the 3rd floor.)

On the docket this month:
  • A discussion of the forum results and next steps. (As a reminder, those are council's forums that allowed moral owners to comment on the research conducted by Indo-Pacific on the community's beliefs, values, and hopes for JIS.)
  • A reading of proposed changes to the JIS bylaws and policy manual regarding several governance issues, including the structure of council's monthly meetings. These changes could effect how parents can bring issues to the council's attention.
For a full version of the agenda for the meeting's open session, visit the council's webpage on the JIS ParentNet and click on "Minutes." Kudos to council for putting the agenda online! This will make it easier for parents (and other moral owners) to see the issues up for discussion and decide whether they'd like to attend the meeting.

Hope to see you there!


At 12:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish you would not post meeting times and locations in an open forum. Security is a concern at JIS.

At 3:44 PM, Blogger Cheryl van Tilburg said...

Good point. From now on, I'll just post a reminder that the meetings are taking place on a certain date, and leave the details to council's website on the JIS ParentNet and the weekly bulletin. Thanks!

At 2:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

better if you do not post the date as meeting places at JIS are well known. Better just to rmind stakeholders of an upcoming meeting and to check the ParentNet

At 9:15 PM, Blogger Cheryl van Tilburg said...'s a sad day, isn't it, when it comes down to this? I don't imagine too many "bad guys" are reading education blogs -- but better safe than sorry. Thanks for your input.

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