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WELCOME!

MAPC is a non-profit volunteer organization committed to supporting, promoting, and enhancing meaningful involvement of parents and caregivers within school communities, representing their voice to all educational stakeholders to improve the education and well-being of children in Manitoba.

The Manitoba provincial government introduced legislation in 2013 which recognizes Manitoba Association of Parent Councils (MAPC) as the official representative of parent councils in all school divisions in Manitoba (with the exception of Division scolaire franco-manitobaine).

We invite you to take a look around the site and discover many helpful resources for parent advisory councils. To find out more about membership with MAPC please contact us at 204-956-1770 or Toll free 1-877-290-4702.

** New date for the brandon CHAIRPERSONS' bREAKFAST

MAPC is pleased to announce that a new date has been confirmed for the 2017 Chairpersons' Breakfast (previously cancelled) in Brandon, MB! It will held on Satruday, October 21, 2017 at Kirkcaldy Heights School. Members can click here to download an invitation.

HERE'S WHAT COMING...SAVE THE DATES!

October 21, 2017: Chairpersons' Breakfast (Kirkcaldy Heights School, Brandon)

November 4, 2017: Social Media for PACs workshop (Bernie Wolfe Community School, Winnipeg). Details and registration form available here.

November 25, 2017: Diversity parent forum (location TBD, Winnipeg)

February 3, 2018: Chairpersons' Breakfast (location TBD, Winnipeg)

March 17, 2018: Chairpersons' Breakfast (location TBD, Dauphin, MB)

May 5, 2018: MAPC AGM and Conference (Winnipeg)

Acknowledging the Traditional Lands of the Indigenous Peoples of Manitoba
- A new resource for use by Parent Councils

A document created for Parent Council Groups in Manitoba, to acknowledge the traditional territories of the Indegenous Peoples on which their schools now stand. Discover more here.