School Board

The School Board was inaugurated in 2015 as the school has now attained Independent Public School status.

The school board consists of school representatives and community representatives. The functions of the board are as provided in Section 128 of the School Education Act and include:

  1. A focus on improving learning outcomes for all students.
  2. A shared vision and a plan reflecting the broad values of the school community.
  3. Active involvement in endorsing the School’s Delivery and Performance Agreement, Budget, Business Plan and Annual Report.
  4. Monitoring progress towards the achievement of goals.
  5. Promoting meaningful parent and community participation and actively seeking the views of its school community.
  6. Deciding on issues related to charges and contributions.
  7. An advocacy role to enhance the operations of the school.

School Board Members

  • Craig Ellis – Community (School Board Chair)
  • Debra Blackwood – Community
  • Bev Maloney – Community
  • John Potter – Community
  • Chris Tallentire – Community
  • Debra Blackwood – Community
  • Lorraine de Lafontaine – Parent
  • Shelia Greenaway – Parent
  • Blanche Hendricks – Parent
  • Annette Ward – Parent
  • Meg Rankine – Student
  • Tyson Zuin – Student
  • Donna McDonald – Principal
  • Glenn Henly – Deputy Principal
  • Colin House – Teacher
  • Maria Jardine – Manager Corporate Services
  • Diane Peggs – School Support Staff
  • Gary Roberts – Manager Student Services

 

Members of the school community are welcome to attend School Board Meetings as observers. Dates of meetings are advertised in the school calendar and newsletters.

P&C Meetings: Once a term P&C Meetings are conducted on the same date as Board Meetings. Parents interested in joining the P&C are invited to register their interest with P&C President Mrs Bev Maloney via Thornlie.SHS@education.wa.edu.au