The board of education has picked its committees for the year. File photo/Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River school board picks its committees

Committees includes liasion meetings with city, regional district

The Board of Education announced their trustee appointments to various committees for 2019 at their Nov. 27 appointments.

Board chair Richard Franklin and vice-chair John Kerr will serve as representatives on the City of Campbell River liaison meetings.

Vice-chair Kerr and trustee Susan Wilson will serve as representatives at the Strathcona Regional District liaison meetings (alternate Shannon Briggs) and will be responsible for public communications.

Trustees Daryl Hagen and Kat Eddy will represent the board on the district’s Audit and Risk Management Committee.

Trustees Wilson and Hagen will serve on the Campbell River District Teachers’ Association Liaison Committee (alternate Kerr).

Franklin and trustee Joyce McMann will serve as representatives on the North Island College Committee (alternate Eddy).

McMann will represent the board on the district’s Core Pro-D Committee (alternate Eddy) and at the Vancouver Island School Trustees’ Association (alternate Kerr).

Briggs will represent the board on the district’s Calendar Consultation Committee (alternate Hagen).

Eddy will represent the board at the Vancouver Island Labour Relations Council (alternate Hagen) and will serve as the board liaison to the District Parent Advisory Council (alternate Briggs).

Franklin and Briggs will serve as the Board Governance representatives, while Franklin will be responsible for the board self-review.

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