Parents

Parent Support Group

​Meetings take place the first Wednesday of the month in the Learning Commons starting at 6:00pm.

We are proud of the parent involvement at Immaculata. As parents we have the privilege to be involved in ways that encourage a higher quality of education and a greater community atmosphere. Being involved as parents shows a sense of duty and commitment to our childrens’ education and ownership in what happens within the school. Our involvement is also a testimony to our children of how important they are to us and an example to them of service to others. All parents of students in Immaculata are P.S.G. members and are welcome and encouraged to attend our monthly meetings and become involved in some of the issues and decisions involving our school. Parents are also welcome to attend sporting events and games, dances (as chaperones), fund raising events, Mass/Para-Liturgies, seminars sponsored by the P.S.G., Teacher/Student/Parent Conferences, and Rooted in Faith to name a few.

Key Contacts

President:               Christina Donick
Vice President:      Renae Clarkson
Secretary:               Dawn Thalheimer 
Treasurer:               Marika Odermatt
Council Liason:      Tina Marin-Rasmussen
Hospitality:             Julie Sisett
Hot Lunch Coordinator:  Tanya Sturgeon
Fundraising:            Vacant

 

School Council

2020 - 2021 Council Members

Council Chair:                      Vacant
Secretary:                             Tina Marin-Rasmussen
PSG Council Liaison:          Tina Marin-Rasmussen
Education:                            August Beetlestone
Finance:                                Geri Colbourn
Ways & Means:                    Vacant
Public Relations:                 Vacant
Maintenance:                      August Beetlestone
Superintendent CISND:    Art Therrien
Immaculata Principal:      Rob Plaxton
School Chaplain:                 Fr. Salomon Beguel

 

Helpful Links

Rooted in Faith

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Praying for our students, staff, families, buildings and curriculum is at the root of our faith, and we believe truly determines our direction and progress as we journey together.

We invite all parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and parishioners to come and join us in praying for our Catholic schools. Our intent is to keep it casual and prompt. We will have scripture reading, short meditation and prayers of intention.

We know families are busy, and parents are not always available at the time we meet. This year we’ve made it easier than ever to join us in spirit. For those wanting to pray with us from home, please sign up here https://volunteersignup.org/FF7EE.  You can sign up for the class you would like to pray for, and then do so anytime during the week prior to the date specified.

Once you sign up, you will receive a prayer package, so you will know what the intentions are, as well as follow the format we do, if you wish to. In addition, when you sign up, we will then add your name to the card that is given to the class we have prayed for.

Praying for our children and their caregivers can certainly be done from home and we encourage all to continue to do so;  but praying together as a community of faith is powerful and a great blessing to us all.

For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.

Matthew 18:20

Prayer Schedule for 2021-2022 (pdf)

Day: Thursday
Time: 1:30pm
Duration: 25 minutes of prayer followed by social time until student pick up
Location: Bedford Room in Immaculate Conception Parish Centre