Parent Involvement Committee

The Parent Involvement Committee (PIC) is a county-wide advisory committee. The committee works with SCDSB staff and trustees to support student success through parent engagement. 

The PIC helps to build parent engagement within the SCDSB by:

  • communicating with and supporting school councils 

  • providing information and advice to trustees and SCDSB staff on parent engagement

  • providing events or information to help parents support their children's learning at home and school

The PIC is made up of parent and community representatives from across Simcoe County. Members serve for a two-year term, with the option of renewing for an additional two years.

The committee also includes staff, who are non-voting members, and trustees, who are appointed to the committee annually by the Board of Trustees. 




The PIC meets at least four times per year at the SCDSB Education Centre. Meeting agendas and minutes are posted on our Board and Committee Meetings page. All meetings are open to the public.


Connect with your PIC representative


PIC members want to connect with their communities. If you're interested in learning more about PIC, or want to discuss a parent involvement idea or concern, contact your PIC representative:

PIC Member List

Community conversations: Building resilient families and communities


Parents/guardians and caregivers of elementary and secondary students are invited to join us for a free information session presented by the SCDSB's Parent Involvement Committee. During this session we will discuss the specific attitudes, strategies and factors that promote resilience in our children, youth, families and larger community. Community partners will also be on site to answer your questions.

The sessions will be offered at the following locations:

Orillia Secondary School 
Tuesday, April 23 at 7 p.m.

Bradford District High School
Tuesday, April 30 at 7 p.m. 

Learn more about the info sessions in this flyer.

Please let us know if you'll be joining us by registering to attend.

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