Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

About Us

Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is a voluntary body for fostering parental and educational staff involvement in actions and activities relating to school improvement and all students’ progress and welfare. Parent Advisory Council members are chosen from

  • Instructional Leaders

  • Teachers

  • Parents

  • Community Members

Instructional Leaders

They provide expertise and experience in education. They are fully versed in the school’s mission, board goals, curricula, and best practices developed and endorsed by the school. In their leadership capacity at the school, they are responsible for ensuring that the school achieves its goals and meets the standards, especially related to student learning, school culture, and climate.


Provide professional expertise in teaching, learning, and child development. They bring critically important insights into how curricula, practices, procedures, and interpersonal dynamics come together in the classrooms and broader school community to impact student learning and experiences.


Provide critical insights into how their children experience curricula, practices, and procedures at school. The hopes and aspirations they hold for their children are critically important as they define their strategies to achieve their goals. Many parents also bring professional expertise and/or experience that benefit the students and support the staff and principal to achieve school goals.

Community Members

Encourage links between the school, parents, students, and the wider community.

PAC Goals

Real-life strategy to reach your goals.

  • Encouraging parental involvement in their children’s education.
  • Assisting parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children.
  • Involving stakeholders to increase school effectiveness.
  • Creating a climate that is open, helpful, and friendly.
  • Help families to establish home environments that support learning.
  • Providing ideas and programs for parents on how to help their children succeed in school.
  • Designing more effective forms of communication.
  • Developing volunteering opportunities.
  • Collaborating with community and businesses to offer enriching educational and social experiences to students.
  • Working in partnership between parents, teachers, and SIS management in an atmosphere of mutual respect to support the educational process and support SIS students’ care.
  • Identifying student needs and problems and cooperating to help meet those needs.
  • Fostering student good behavior.
  • Increasing the awareness of students regarding the care of the building and the maintenance of its contents.
  • Increasing the awareness of students in the care of public utilities in the environment surrounding the school and preserving it.
  • Contributing proactively to school events and extracurricular activities.
  • Encouraging and planning charitable activities.
  • Educating students about the importance of protecting the environment from pollution.
  • Encouraging students to maintain good health habits and live a healthy lifestyle.
  • PAC is not a platform for complaining and negative attitudes. It is a culture of open communication, constructive criticism, giving and receiving feedback to build a growth mindset that leads to continuous improvement.
PAC President

Dr. Ali Gomaa

PAC Members
  • School Principal
  • 1 School Consultant
  • 3 Community Members
  • 5 elected parents are as follows;
  • 3 elected teachers are as follows;

How will the PAC members represent the parents’ and teachers’ opinions, so how will they communicate with them?

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  • Communication should be done confidentially, so parents and teachers can share concerns and suggested agendas via the PAC members’ official e-mails.
  • Surveys can be sent to take the parents’ and teachers’ opinions, so a decision based on the majority’s opinion will be taken.
  • Social media is not preferred to be used for communication because it sometimes creates more problems.
  • PAC is to discuss school-wide concerns. Personal issues and individual complaints are to be handled departmentally according to school policies concerning the school hierarchy.