Join the Shore Association - Positions Available 2018

August 17th, 2017

The Shore Association is inviting applications for positions on the Executive and Committees for 2018. The Association is constantly evolving, and every year we welcome new faces to the team. Everyone is welcome to apply and at present we have members from all three campuses.

Participating behind the scenes at your child’s school is an extremely rewarding experience and long lasting friendships are made. Each role has a fixed term, so you are never locked in ‘forever’ and because we are a team, there is always someone to lend a helping hand.

Taking an active role in the School's activities also enriches our children's own experiences and helps them develop a lifelong connection to their school.

Shore Association Executive roles

Deputy Chairman
Progressing to the Chairman role in 2019 and the past Chairman role in 2020.

Assistant Treasurer / Treasurer
Progressing to the Treasurer in 2019.

American Tea Co-ordinators
We are seeking two people to join the team.

Minute Secretary
Involves preparing agendas/minutes for meetings.

Other Shore Committee roles

Second hand Text Book Convener
Responsible for the accounting of the annual-secondhand textbook sale days later in the year.

Senior School Year Representatives
We need one New Year representative for each year from 7-11 and two for Year 12.

Boarding House Representative
We are seeking interest for a Boarding House representative to support the needs and requirements of boarders and their families.

NSW Parent’s Council Representative
To act as the Shore representative to the NSW Parents Council, (NSWPC), who represents the interests of parents at non-government schools. The role involves reading the NSWPC newsletter and regularly viewing their website, in order to brief the Shore Association on areas of interest. 

To apply or for further information on these positions please contact:
Electra Wiggs
2017, Chair Shore Association
ewiggs@bigpond.net.au

Applications close 21 September 2017

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