Next PAC Meeting: Wednesday, May 8th

  • 7pm, École Cheam Elementary Library

Are you the parent or caregiver of a child in our school? If so, you are already a member of our Parents Advisory Council. Cheam Elementary is lucky to have a great community of students, parents, caregivers, teachers and administrators and the Cheam Elementary Parent Advisory Council is an open and welcoming group.  We encourage you to approach a PAC member with any questions or concerns, and to attend our PAC meetings where you can help us decide how to create the best experience for all the students at Cheam. 

Some of the efforts of Cheam PAC include:

  • Classroom Support 
  • Library Support 
  • Input on Safety and Transportation Issues
  • Assistance with Parent Concerns
  • Facility Upgrades not covered by the District
  • Hot Lunch Program
  • Cheam's Famous Pancake Breakfast :)
  • Movie Nights

PAC Executive Positions 2018-2019

  • Chair: Kara Humphries
  • Vice-Chair: Jocelyn Thomas
  • Secretary: Lori Enns
  • Treasurer: Chris Kendall
  • DPAC Rep: Tai Weatherhead     

PAC Committees

  • Special Events: Melissa Berthiaume, Lori Enns, Nicole Dyck, Tanesha Vaughan
  • Fundraising:  Kelly Marks, Alandra St. John, Tanesha Vaughn 
  • Hot Lunch: Kara Humphries, Tanesha Vaughn, Tai Weatherhead, Alandra St. John   
  • Fruits & Veggies:  Nichol Shepherd  
  • Milk Program: Nichol Shepherd, Kara Humphries
  • Spirit / Sunshine Team: Connie Macleod, Jocelyn Thomas, Vanessa Wice, Kelly Beaman
  • Newsletter: Paul Henderson, Connie McLeod
  • Yearbook: Nicole Acker, Adriana Martin, Jocelyn Thomas, Tanesha Vaughn   
  • Compost / Recycle: Jamie Benton, Melody Rose
  • Transportation & safety: Diane Braun, Jamie Benton
  • Constitution Committee: Jamie Benton
  • Bulletin Board: Catrin Marks

PAC Contact Information

Information & Announcements

AD Rundle Integrated Arts & Technology Cohort (Grades 6 – 8)

The Chilliwack School District is pleased to offer an Integrated Arts and Technology opportunity at AD Rundle Middle School beginning September 2020 for students in grades 6 - 8. An integrated arts and technology approach encourages curiosity, open-mindedness, and a willingness to think “outside the box” within an interdisciplinary, collaborative learning environment. This cohort precedes the opening of the new Integrated Arts and Technology Secondary School (September 2021).