In line with the current NSW Government Guidelines, we are currently conducting our P&C Meetings in Hybrid Mode. Current and New Members can join the meetings onsite at school or online via Zoom. Meetings currently take place at a minimum of once per term. Please check the Skoolbag app, the School Website and paper notes sent home for more details. If you would like to contact the executive team, please email us on: email@example.com
Who is on the Harcourt Parent and Citizens Committee in 2022?
President: Gloria BAE
Vice President: Annie AU-YEUNG
Vice President: Shrijana Tumbahamphe SHRESTHA
Secretary: Stephanie LIU
Treasurer: Naomi GRAY
About the Harcourt P&C
Harcourt Public School Parents and Citizens (P&C) Association is a friendly and interested group of parents who work together to support the school at various events throughout the year including fundraising activities that raise important funds to spend on quality resources our children need to keep receiving the rich and exciting educational opportunities on offer at Harcourt Public School.
The P&C is a forum in which parents can become involved in their child's school. At meetings, our Principal discusses the news of the school and parents are able to have a say in what happens at school and to share thoughts and ideas with other parents and teachers. Being part of the P&C is a great way to find out what is happening in the school and to get involved in making our school a great place for our children and teachers. Everyone is welcome to attend meetings and children are welcome onsite during meetings. We welcome new parents and community members at any time throughout the year and attendance at all meetings is not mandatory. If you would like to join as a member of the P&C, the annual membership fee is $2.00 and gives you the right to vote during regular meetings. New member application forms are available at the School Office.
We are always keen to hear about any issues affecting your children as well as ideas for improving the school. Members often volunteer some of their time throughout the year to assist in fundraising efforts to help the school pay for learning resources and school structures. This benefits 'all students' at our school.