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P&C

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The P&C Association is responsible for the overall management of the school Tuckshop, which incorporates the Uniform and Stationery shop. Profits from this source help provide amenities for our students. ​​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The objectives of the P&C Association are to promote the interests, and facilitate the development and further improvement of the school. The Association is made up of volunteer parents and citizens of Corinda who promote active parent participation and encourage close cooperation between parents, students and staff. This in itself promotes positive community support, and is outlined in our P&C Constitution

The functions of the P&C are to foster interest in educational matters and try to bring about closer cooperation between the parents, staff, students and other members of the community. The Association gives advice and recommendations to the Principal about issues relating to educational instruction and the general management of the school. The most important function of the P&C is to financially assist the students of the school through funding and other resources.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The P&C Association meets on the last Wednesday of the month at 7.00 pm in A Block (entry via Gate 1 on Lynne Grove Avenue).​

​New STEM building e-petition 

The P&C Association has launched an e-petition for a new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) building at Corinda State High School. If you share the P&C’s belief that current and future STEM students deserve a new purpose-built, state-of-the-art facility that will support learning and wellbeing at school, then please take a minute to sign and share the e-petition with your friends and family. Your support can make a real and lasting difference to our school community! 

2022 Meeting Calendar 

  • Wednesday 23 February
  • Wednesday 30 March - AGM
  • Wednesday 27 April
  • Wednesday 25 May
  • Wednesday 27 July
  • Wednesday 31 August
  • Wednesday 26 October
  • Wednesday 30 November

Become a member

It is great to see so many parents supporting this very important aspect of our school. If you would like to become a part of our school P&C, please complete a P&C membership form and email to pandccorindashs@gmail.com or drop into the school office.

We thank the P&C Association for the generous donations to the school to support our programs and resources, which is very much appreciated by the staff and students. We acknowledge the work of our sub-committees and executive who work so hard to support our programs and give their time freely to support the school.

P&C Officers 

President: Stefano Girola (pictured above, centre)
Q: What is your association with Corinda State High School? 
A: I am the father of two boys who study at Corinda. 
Q: How long have you been part of the P&C?
A: I have been an active member since 2019 and its President since 2021.
Q: Why did you join the P&C? 
A: Before joining the Association, I was an active member at Forest Lake SS P&C for several years. The initial motivation was to support the school community that my children were part of. I believe that we parents can offer a good model to our children by showing that we care for their school. They may not tell you, but they will notice that you are able to find some time and energy for the P&C even if you have many other important commitments. Hopefully, this will have a positive influence on their own attitudes and engagement with the school. 

Vice President: Liddell McNie (pictured above, left)
Q: What is your association with Corinda State High School?
A: Parent of student - soon to be two students!
Q: How long have you been part of the P&C? 
A: Since January 2021
Q: Why did you jo​in the P&C? 
A: To be more active in the school community. 

Secretary: Lynne Anderson
Treasurer: Genise Benz (pictured above, right)

P&C email:
pandccorindashs@gmail.com

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Last reviewed 23 May 2022
Last updated 23 May 2022