One way parents/guardians can make a meaningful difference for students is by participating on our school’s parent society. Under the School Act, a parent society is a formal group of parents, incorporated under the Societies Act for the purpose of raising funds for the school. A society is a separate legal entity from the school council. The school principal is not part of this group. More information can be found in our CBE Administrative Regulation 5001 – School Councils and School/Parent Societies.​​

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Our Parent Society is known as the Sunalta School Parents Society

Sunalta School is able to provide a high level of activities and educational tools to students based on money raised through fundraising. The Sunalta School Parents Society has endorsed two fundraising activities: Direct Donation Campaign in the Fall, and a Think-a-thon (combination of spelling and math challenges) in the Spring of each school year.

Direct Donations to Our School

At Sunalta, many of our families choose to donate directly to the Parents Society.  Families will receive a tax receipt and all funds received go to supporting the excellent extra-curricular programs and enrichment Sunalta students enjoy.  We are very grateful for the generous contributions we receive from our community.  Please speak to our School Council Chair or Parents Society executive about ways you can donate and make a difference in the lives of students at our school. Please note the Employer Match program may apply to our Society as we are a charitable organization. 

Parents Society meetings directly follow the School Council meetings. 

Our Members

President: Nancy Jarman
Secretary: Fall - Vacant; January 2020 - Ayesha Malhotra
Treasurer: Mathew Wong
Casino: Nancy Jarman
Fundraising Direct Donation - Elham Merhi; Fundraising Think-a-thon: Kristen Halpen/Cindy Urednicek

Sunalta School Parents Society

Please consider joining our Facebook Page.

Our Parent Society is known as the Sunalta School Parents Society

Sunalta School is able to provide a high level of activities and educational tools to students based on money raised through fundraising. The Sunalta School Parents Society has endorsed two fundraising activities: Direct Donation Campaign in the Fall, and a Think-a-thon (combination of spelling and math challenges) in the Spring of each school year.

Direct Donations to Our School

At Sunalta, many of our families choose to donate directly to the Parents Society.  Families will receive a tax receipt and all funds received go to supporting the excellent extra-curricular programs and enrichment Sunalta students enjoy.  We are very grateful for the generous contributions we receive from our community.  Please speak to our School Council Chair or Parents Society executive about ways you can donate and make a difference in the lives of students at our school. Please note the Employer Match program may apply to our Society as we are a charitable organization. 

Parents Society meetings directly follow the School Council meetings. 

Our Members

President: Nancy Jarman
Secretary: Fall - Vacant; January 2020 - Ayesha Malhotra
Treasurer: Mathew Wong
Casino: Nancy Jarman
Fundraising Direct Donation - Elham Merhi; Fundraising Think-a-thon: Kristen Halpen/Cindy Urednicek

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