Tamborine Mountain State School Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C) is a strong and active organisation that supports our school by making a positive contribution and difference in the educational outcomes for all students.
Our P&C aims to bring the community, including parents, citizens, students and TMSS staff together to:
- Support and enable the development, innovation and management of school facilities, equipment and environment through fundraising and grants;
- Provide feedback on school policies and activities; and
- Provide additional services to support the recreation and welfare of students and through them, our local community.
The operation of our P&C is governed by a constitution (below). The Association is affiliated with the Queensland Council of Parents and Citizens’ Associations, which aims to “support and advocate for P&Cs to achieve quality educational outcomes in Queensland State Schools”. (source: http://www.pandcsqld.com.au/about-us/about-pcs-qld/)
Remember: the things you do, as a member of our school community, will make a real difference to what we can achieve together.
Mission Statement - 2019
support our children in the school environment through classroom resources,
social activity, strong community relationships, and the promotion of environmentally
will achieve this through our calendar events and a legacy project.
2019, this legacy project will be the upgrade of the
Special Education Program Centre’s,
outdoor recreation & learning space.
P&C will work with the school and community stake holders to finalise a
design, budget and delivery timeline for this project.
AGM Report:TMSS AGM 2018 President report.pdf
2019 P&C Executive team:
President: Haydn Simmons email@example.com
Vice President: Matthew Lowing
Treasurer: Stephen Warwick firstname.lastname@example.org
The P&C meets at the school at 7 pm on the second Thursday of each month in The Basement (staffroom under office). Parents and carers are encouraged to come to share their views or just listen and find out what's going on.
The tuckshop is staffed by a paid convenor and a number of regular volunteers. Volunteers are always welcome, and it's just a case of contacting the convenor.
The tuckshop offers a wide variety of healthy and nutritious foods and drinks. All foods supplied by the tuckshop fully comply with the Department of Education's Smart Choices Policy.
Convenor: Sharyn Blocksidge email@example.com
Download the Tuckshop accounts policy (PDF, 325 KB).
Download the p-and-c-returns-and-refund-policy-endorsed-may-2015.pdf
2019 Menu: 2019-tuckshop-menu.pdf