John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School’s Parents and Friends (PandF) committee is passionate about strengthening our school community. We are a positive and engaged group of volunteer school parents and guardians who organise events and activities that bring families and friends together to celebrate the special community we are all a part of. At the beginning of every year, families contribute towards the PandF Levy. The levy is used to assist with the funding of these events, as well as to support other school projects.

Through your support, we have the ability to organise Movie Nights, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day breakfasts, Scitech Family Night, a Quiz Night, School Discos, Grandparents and Special Friend’s Morning Tea, Year 6 Graduation event, Christmas card deliveries and so much more!

We encourage more of our community to join us. We welcome new ideas and always value any support that you can give towards our events. We meet twice each term on the third Monday of the month, alternating between the Beechboro and Mirrabooka Campus. We’d love to see you there and to see more people involved in helping us to grow and support our JSRACS community!

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Parents and Friends General Meetings 2019

20 MayGeneral Meeting Minutes
17 JunGeneral Meeting Minutes
19 AugustGeneral Meeting Minutes
23 SeptemberGeneral Meeting Minutes
21 October7.30pm, Beechboro Library
18 November7.30pm, Mirrabooka Library

2019 Parents and Friends Committee Members

Executive

President – Paul Izzett (Mirrabooka)
Treasurer – Carolyn Rowcliffe (Beechboro & Mirrabooka)
Secretary – Heather Luck
(Beechboro & Mirrabooka)
Publicist – Dee Faulkner (Mirrabooka)

School Council Representative

Michelle Beor
Paula Humphreys

General Committee

Leah Allen (Beechboro)
Lucy Bean (Beechboro & Mirrabooka)
Peter Hele (Mirrabooka)
Michelle Jansze (Mirrabooka)
Nicole Kennett (Beechboro & Mirrabooka)
Tali Mayall (Mirrabooka)
Janine McGrath (Mirrabooka)
Rachel Newton (Mirrabooka)
Linda Peet (Mirrabooka)
Athena Razmovski (Mirrabooka)