School Advisory Council
The School Advisory Council (SAC) is a volunteer group committed to enhancing the quality of education for the students of Russell High School. It is made up of three school representatives (the principal and two teachers), ten parent representatives (who volunteer for an election overseen by the SAC), one student representative and two community representatives. Each elected council member serves for a period of one year.
The SAC supports the students and staff at Russell High School by providing financial support and volunteer time for activities that enrich the learning experience. The Council also provides input to the principal and school board regarding school priorities. SAC organizes or participates in various events and fundraising activities to generate funds to support learning opportunities for the students.
All parents are very welcome and are encouraged to attend the meetings and become involved with the Council. Council meetings are held monthly, in the Learning Commons at 6:30 pm. Meeting dates are posted on Facebook.