Frequently Asked Questions
Who is a member of the PAC?
All parents and guardians of children currently attending Oak Bay Secondary are automatically members of the PAC.
When and where does the PAC meet?
The PAC meets every month in the East cafeteria. The time and location of the meetings are indicated on the school calendar, which is available on-line and here on the PAC website here.
Why attend PAC Meetings?
The PAC meetings provide an opportunity to meet other parents and get excellent updates from the administration at Oak Bay. It is a wonderful way to stay up to date with what is happening at the school.
Are there places I can volunteer at the school?
The PAC helps with certain school activities and will occasionally put out a call for volunteers. Some examples include:
- Immunization Days – Parents provide juice and cookies to students in the recovery area during school immunizations.
- Halloween Dance – It’s a fun evening and we do not go anywhere near the gym, so your son/daughter doesn’t have to worry that you will be watching them!
- Annual Staff Appreciation Luncheon – Volunteers are needed to set up, serve and provide food contributions to help us thank the Oak Bay High staff for all they do.
Unlike middle school, you will find that if your son/daughter participates in clubs/sports/music at Oak Bay High, your volunteer and fundraising efforts may be focused on that area.
Our first PAC meeting of the year will be Monday, September 16th and it will be an informal social to help parents get to know one another and ask questions. We will also be at the school’s Meet the Teacher Night on September 19th. Please stop by our table and say “Hi”, introduce yourself, and ask us any questions you might have. You don’t have to volunteer for anything!