Sooke Parents' Education Advisory Council (District PAC)

All parents and guardians that have a child registered in District 62 (Sooke) are invited and welcome to attend SPEAC meetings. 

Voting is limited to the appointed delegates of each school (one vote per school). 

General Meetings are usually held on the third Wednesday of the month, 
at different locations around the School District starting at 7 p.m

The AGM is held in May of each year at the Board office on Jacklin road.

Look on the Meetings page for all dates and locations for this year.

Why should you get involved? ( 7 minute video)

Our next meeting will be at . . .

The Sooke School Board office on Jacklin Road

September 17, October 15  7 - 9:30pm

If you would like to join us electronicallyfrom home or your phone, please contact
the SPEAC president at least a few days in advance of the meeting so that you can
get the link to join the meeting from anywhere you want.

PAC Celebration was a great success in June, we look forward to doing it again in 2015. 

Parent Education Events    

"For these are all our children, and we shall all profit by 

or pay for, what they become" - James Baldwin  

These events are all FREE unless otherwise stated.

PAC 101 Evening
Thursday November 13 

6:30 - 9pm at the School Board office on Jacklin Road
An Evening of sharing and learning about PAC's, the various positions on the PAC Executives and the tricks you need to know to make your job easier.
Check back here for more information

SPEAC will host 2 All Candidates Meetings 
For Sooke School District Board of Education Trustee Candidates

They will be held at:
EMCS Theatre Tuesday November 4 at 7pm - 9pm for Milne's Landing zone candidates (East Sooke, Sooke and points west of Sooke)
Isabelle Reader Theatre at Spencer Middle School  Thursday November 6  at 7pm - 9 pm for Belmont zone candidates. (Highlands, Langford, Colwood, Metchosin and Malahat)

Nutrition Workshop

John Stubbs School

Tuesday May 13, 7 - 9pm

Postoned until the fall.

Watch here for date and time.

Concerned about your child’s nutrition/eating?

Curious about food/garden projects

happening at schools? and so much more

Click here for more information.

     Saturday February 7, 2015 Spectrum Community School

    Always a great day of information and networking.

Great ideas and great people, great food at a central location.

Join our Facebook page for updates on who we will have at the event this year.

Two minute Video from 2013

Food Safe Course for Volunteers November 2015

If you are interested in this being offered to PAC volunteers, contact Stef at 

Lice Check Event - Date will be announced once Procedure is completed. 

If you are having lice concerns, please contact SPEAC for direction and support

There are many partners involved in your child's education.
Click on this link to see who is who in the education family of School District 62 (Sooke)

How Can I Become More Involved?
Attend PAC and DPAC meetings, and or read material put out by them for the parents.
Every school has a Parents' Advisory Council (P.A.C.) which meets regularly in each 
school. All parents are eligible to be members of their school's P.A.C. and are 
encouraged to attend. P.A.C.s meet to advise and help the schools in a variety of ways, 
and to inform and support parents. 

The Sooke Parents' Education Advisory Council (S.P.E.A.C.) is the SD 62 District PAC,(DPAC) 
we usually meet the third Wednesday of every month. S.P.E.A.C. serves as a 
monthly forum for elected delegates and interested parents from each school in the 
district to meet and discuss district wide issues, and to promote education. S.P.E.A.C. 
provides parent representation on various school board committees and is represented at 
regular board meetings. 

 SPEAC Constitution and By-laws 2014

have the right to:
·  a safe environment
·  a quality education
have the right to:
·  use professional judgment
·  be treated with proper protocol
have the responsibility to:
·  try and solve their own problems when possible
·  be good school citizens
have the responsibility to:
·  teach in a professional manner
·  model socially acceptable behaviour
have the right to:
·  take part in their child’s education
·  talk with the teacher
have the right to:
·  be respected
·  be heard
·  be informed
have the responsibility to:
·  talk to the teacher directly
·  model socially acceptable behaviour
have the responsibility to:
·  treat each other fairly and with respect
·  act on our own behalf


SPEAC's Aims

·  to promote leadership in initiating and encouraging Parents' Advisory Councils at the individual school level;
·  to help parents become more familiar with educational facilities and services that are available in our school district;
·  to provide a forum for school parent groups to discuss matters of mutual interest and concern;
·  to provide leadership in developing and understanding the rights and responsibilities of the parent within the education system;
·  to promote effective communications between parents, educators, administrators, trustees and the Ministry of Education.




·  has permanent delegate status at the School District 62 Board of Education meetings;
·  is developing a series of pamphlets on volunteering and PAC positions, etc.;
·  sponsors educational forums and conferences in conjunction with other parent groups;
·  hosts an All Candidates meeting for local school trustee elections;
·  hosts Parents' Advisory Council Presidents meetings;
·  has representatives on school district committees where parents are welcome;
·  assists parents and PAC groups as needed in locating parent resources and support;
·  is a member of the British Columbia Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils (BCCPAC).


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