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Upcoming Events

All general meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday monthly (except December and March), 7-9 pm. Registration/login begins at 6:45 pm.

The next DPAC General Meeting was be held on April 28, 2021, online via Zoom.

Our next AGM is on May 26, 2021 7-9PM

Surrey DPAC would like to invite our PAC representatives to attend a 4-hour half-day Reconciliation Dialogue Workshop with Chief Robert Joseph on April 14. This will create a safe place to engage all peoples in Canada in dialogue that increases understanding of their shared history, and explores the meaning of reconciliation and respective on our role to play.

Supporting safe schools

Examining bullying behavior (in-person and online), healthy relationships and how to support your youth as they transition through their school years.

Presented by:
Jaclyn Blaney
Safe Schools – District #36
DPAC General Meeting
April 28th, 2021 
Platform: ZOOM

Schedule your PAC meetings with DPAC Zoom Licenses. 

Please remember to registeryour school with DPAC to vote on decisions at general meetings, give the DPAC direction on issues to advocate on your school’s behalf, and represent your parent voice.

Check to see if your PAC is registered with DPAC here.

The BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils (BCCPAC) is the provincial voice of parents. Surrey DPAC strongly encourages all PACs to join BCCPAC, to ensure that Surrey schools are adequately represented at the provincial level. Annual membership is $75 per PAC, and registration must be completed by Dec. 31 in order to have voting privileges at the AGM in May.

Our Mission

Surrey DPAC believes Parent Support is about parents helping parents. This could be speaking out on behalf of your child, on behalf of your PAC or in support of another child or parent.

PACs and DPAC have a legislated role in the School Act to represent parents in the Surrey School District. By working together we all get a better understanding of the challenges our children are facing. This gives us the information needed to work within the District and the Province to make everyone aware of the challenges and work to find solutions.

Reconciliation Dialogue Workshop

Wednesday, April 14, 2020, 3-7 pmSurrey DPAC would like to invite our PAC representatives to attend a 4-hour half-day Reconciliation Dialogue Workshop with Chief Robert Joseph on April 14. This will create a safe place to engage all peoples in Canada in dialogue that increases understanding of their shared history, and explores the meaning of reconciliation and respective on our role to play.

This workshop is modeled on an Indigenous circle process that creates a supportive and safe environment for meaningful dialogue and relationship building to occur. Together participants explore pathways to reconciliation and develop community-based and community-driven reconciliation action plans.

The workshop will offer a truly powerful and transformative experience, and create a solid foundation for building meaningful relationships between Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. More information is available at Reconciliation Canada.

This workshop is free to participants but is a cost to DPAC, so we ask that registrants commit to attend for the full session and share what you learn with your PAC. A limited number of spaces are available.

Register for the workshop here.

Reconciliation Workshop poster