Saturday, February 23, 2019

Parents Support Group Agenda

MINUTES OF PSG MEETING 27TH SEPTEMBER At A. P. I. S. KINDERGARTEN AGENDA Welcome grill International Day Spare nurture uniform clothes Road safety for baby birdren at Kindergarten Forming of a fit PSG committee Quarterly social event for parents Christmas tree lights- Main Campus The skirmish began at 230pm. The main item was the planned Welcome Barbeque for every unmatchable new to the A. P. I. S. family. The Barbeque is set for the 14th October, just prior to the revoke of the prime(prenominal) semester. Tim Brackley explained that this was the only available date and apologised for the ill-considered lead in time left to parents.However, we leave alone receive a lot of alimentation and assistance from the school and Khun Bua, as this is our first spacious event. A leap time of 30pm was agreed with an approximate finish to the day of 630pm. The venue will be the main school campus around the pocket billiards area and people should bring their swimsuits if they would li ke to use the schools swimming pool. It was discussed and agreed, that the food should be available between 4-5 pm. The menu is Kebabs, BBQ Chicken, salad, Som Tum, inapt rice, fruit and complimentary water.The cost of this was explained as 150bht per adult and 90bht per child little than 12 years of age. No alcohol is permitted on the school campus and because it was felt that, everyone should bring their own soft drinks for the day. (I. e. Coke, Fanta, Sprite etc) It was suggested that teachers living on campus and student boarders could enjoy the BBQ as their evening meal and that cost could be met by the school. To find divulge the numbers attending, it was decided to send out an invitation from the Parent Support Group to all parents (and guests? haveing for a retort by the 10th October. Further information and price would be include in the invitation and parent volunteers for the childrens grades will collect the money. Volunteers to act as sucker Representatives were a sked for and a list compiled. Those parents who volunteered to be grade representatives are listed on a separate page for your future reference. To assist these Parent Grade Representatives (PGRs), it was proposed that, we all wear name badges at the BBQ, to benefactor us compress to know each other more easily.This was agreed and each badge would withal show the grade of each parents child /children. It was agreed this, would servicing the Grade Representatives, in introducing new parents and students to those of us already part of the APIS family. The Parent Grade Representatives will be the first link of a support system for new parents. This was felt by everyone to be an excellent suggestion. The school has stretch outed to set up equipment for children to play with and on that point was an offer of live music for the afternoons entertainment, which was readily accepted.A design that all letters to parents from the PSG should be translated into different languages was dis cussed at some length. Although, this would be very difficult to do, given the number of different nationalities now stand for at the schools two campuses. Two parents volunteered to arrange translations for their language groups. Thai and Korean and our thanks were expressed for their help and support. Mr. Hakjune Kim will arrange translations for our Korean families and Khun Took will do the same for our Thai families.It was pointed out that some parents may be unable to arrange transport up to the main campus for the BBQ and it was suggested we ask for parents to offer any spare seats in their cars for the day. A possible collapse up place would be the Kindergarten. This will be mentioned in the newsletter. It was also asked for, that future Newsletters from the PSG include committee members and contact details. This point raised the nous for the PSG to formally elect a committee and this matter will be raised at a later meeting.International day Ms. Holly Gardner came from t he main campus to ask parents to begin thinking about the next International Day, which will be in January. School Uniform Ms. Holly offered the idea of a scheme for passport on items of school uniform, that were in good condition, but which children had outgrown. Parents were asked to consider the ways in which such a scheme could be implemented. This would surely help those parents who operate an eco-friendly recycling program at home to go one step further.Finally and out of position in these minutes, with no apology as this is a very important matter. Road safety at the Kindergarten. Adjan Ladda has address this problem in part by arranging for a law officer to monitor and control vehicles stopping and obstructing the road. Everyone present was extremely delighted that, Adjan Ladda done this and gave her full support for her action and a very big thank you from all parents. It was agreed, that all parents can assist with this matter by obeying the police officers instructio ns regarding parking outside the Kindergarten.A short walk from a sensibly parked car was thought by all at the meeting, to be a better way for parents to cause or collect their children rather than a child being hie to hospital seriously injured following an accident involving a perilously parked car. There being no further matters for discussion at this time the meeting came to a close and everyone was thanked for attending and asked to come to a meeting next Wednesday 3rd October at the Kindergarten at 230pm to help finalize arrangements for the BBQ. Tim Brackley

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