Garden City Elementary School


Parent Advisory Council

Information and news from our Parent Advisory Council can be found here… Check back here for updates.

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What is the Garden City PAC?

The Garden City Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is an organization comprised of all parents and guardians of Garden City students.  Its focus is to provide a forum for parents and guardians to become involved in the school and to be informed about the public education system, school issues, programs and events.  It also supports the school through a variety of social and fund raising events.

PAC Meetings

The PAC meets once a month to conduct our ongoing business and to discuss any school-related issues.  All Garden City parents and guardians are encouraged to attend.  You may choose to observe or actively participate – either is acceptable, it’s up to you!   It’s also an opportunity for you to meet other parents and the school administrative team. You'll find meeting agendas and meeting minutes here.

Parent Advisory Council News

Equal Access to Emergency Preparedness Supplies in Schools

The RPDA (Richmond District Parents Association) is asking all PACS for support in our pursuit for a district wide Emergency Preparedness supplies plan. The...

Parent Education Information Sessions

Learn about your child's education and school system. Success in school starts at home. Support your child’s education by attending one or more of the sessions...

Annual Cash 4 Clothes Drive

The Garden City Parent Advisory Committee is launching our annual Cash 4 Clothes drive for 2017-2018. What is Cash 4 Clothes?  Cash 4 Clothes is a great way to...

Welcome new and returning families!

Garden City Elementary’s Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Executive would like to welcome new parents and students and to welcome back returning families. As...

Kind and Safe Schools

Bullying isn’t just a child’s issue; it’s a school and community issue, and must be addressed with a school and community solution.  Everyone has a role to...