St.Michael’s College Parents’ Association, Aims and Objectives.
The aims and objectives of the St.Michael’s College Parent’s Association, as set out in the Constitution are as follows:
- To support and initiate activities which advance the aims and objectives of St.Michael’s College, in collaboration with process of governance and management;
- To promote the role of parents and guardians as the prime educators of their children;
- To provide opportunities for discussion, information and consultation about matters of common and/or topical interest to parents, teachers and students of St.Michael’s College; and
- To become aware of and embody the ethos of the College and its Spiritan influence so that all can advance in spirit of cooperation and mutual support to the benefit of parents, teachers and the community.
The Parents’ Association Committee is made up of two representatives from each year from 1st - 6th Year. Elections to committee take place every year at the AGM of the Parents’ Association.
Meetings are held monthly and are attended by the representatives of each Year as well as the parent representatives from the Board of Management and the Principal and/or Deputy Principal of the school.
Parents’ Association Committee 2016/17.
Chairperson: Ken Carey
Secretary: Sharon McMahon
Treasurer: Peter Haran
Board of Management Parent Nominees.
Edward Kelly & Peter Fox
3rd Year: Eddie Scaife & Cathy Boyle
4th Year: Denise Browne & Karen Fitzpatrick
5th Year: Nicola Eustace & Peter Haran
6th Year: Sharon McMahon & Ken Carey
Contact The Parents' Association.
The Parents’ Association and the school work closely together so that parents feel welcome and part of the school community. All parents of current students are members of the association and all your views are important to us. You can contact your class representative at any time to discuss issues you feel need to be addressed by the committee. Click any of the ‘Year Representatives’ above or email email@example.com
St.Michael’s College parents' ‘HIGH SPIRITS CHOIR’, first began rehearsals in the school hall in Feb 2014 and has 34 members to date. We meet every Tuesday evening from 7.30-9.30 under the patient supervision of our musical director Magdalena Grupa, who is herself a professional vocalist and voice coach.
We sing at school and charity events and with other school parents' choirs. New members are always welcome. There are no scary auditions and the only entry requirement is to want to sing and have fun. Why not come along to a few rehearsals and see if it might be for you.
You can email the Choir at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Choir Facebook Page by clicking HERE.