One of the most important ways parents/guardians and community members can make a meaningful difference for students is by participating on the school council. Under the School Act, a school council is a collective association designed to advise the principal and the CBE Board of Trustees on matters related to the school. School councils have legislated advisory and decision-making authority. They are different from Parent Societies & Associations, whose main function is to raise funds for the school.​​ You can find more details in the CBE School Council Handbook​.​​​​

Crossing Park School Council is an active association of parents and professional staff who work together to promote the well being and effectiveness of the entire school community. It is a means to facilitate cooperation among all concerned participants, as well as advise and consult with the principal. Please feel welcome to attend the meetings, which are usually held on a the last Monday of every month at 6pm. 

Meeting Dates/Schedule

See our Calendar page for dates.

Our School Council Members

Chair: Sean Sweeney & Steven Perlick
Treasurer:  Judy Rebernak
Secretary: 
Bebi Sweeney


Contact the School Council

Website:  https://www.facebook.com/CPparentcouncil/

Email: cpsparentsociety@gmail.com


School Council

Crossing Park School Council is an active association of parents and professional staff who work together to promote the well being and effectiveness of the entire school community. It is a means to facilitate cooperation among all concerned participants, as well as advise and consult with the principal. Please feel welcome to attend the meetings, which are usually held on a the last Monday of every month at 6pm. 

Meeting Dates/Schedule

See our Calendar page for dates.

Our School Council Members

Chair: Sean Sweeney & Steven Perlick
Treasurer:  Judy Rebernak
Secretary: 
Bebi Sweeney


Contact the School Council

Website:  https://www.facebook.com/CPparentcouncil/

Email: cpsparentsociety@gmail.com


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