Asquith Boys High School

Exceptional Learning Opportunities for Boys

Telephone02 9477 3508

Emailasquithboy-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Parents and citizens association

Our parents and citizens' association (P&C) actively support and participate in various areas of decision making and organisation of the school, and essential for bringing the school community together. Parents, teachers and community members can help meet the needs of the Asquith Boys High School community by participating in the P&C and feel like you are making a genuine contribution to decisions about the school and the needs of your sons.

The P&C also raises funds that help finance improvements to our school and provide additional resources. They successfully organise the Asquith Boys High School Community Day and Trivia Evenings, along with numerous other activities and events to raise much needed funds and resources for our school.

The P&C currently meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month during the school term from 7:30pm.

The P&C will also be conducting information sessions once per term, where Asquith Boys High School staff and external presenters will be invited to present to the parent body of the school. All school parents are welcome to attend these information sessions as well as the regular P&C meetings.

Our P&C brings the school community together. Parents, teachers and community members can help meet the needs of the school community and contribute to decisions about the school.

The P&C also raises funds that help finance improvements to our school and provide additional resources.

Dates for upcoming events  

Sunday 19 August – community festival day

Thursday 30 August – father son breakfast

Monday 24 September – Year 12 family dinne

2018 P&C office bearers

President:                            

Tempe Beavan – president.abhspnc@gmail.com

Vice presidents

Michelle Roscarel                                              

 Sacha Parker

Secretary

Tanja Green

Treasurer

Kathy Waters

Ground dev officer

Tony Nicklin

Publicity officer

Melissa Knudson