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Working Together For High Quality Education

The Association of Yukon School Councils, Boards & Committees is a non-profit organization that provides services to its Members which benefit the Yukon community at large.

Our focus is on working collaboratively to increase student success by supporting the work of School Councils, Boards and Committees.

We believe in the ability of strong, well-informed, locally elected parent/community organizations to strive for improved student learning.

 

Our Objectives

The objectives of the Association include:

  • To undertake and / or coordinate project initiatives identified as being of a common priority by its Membership and disseminate any resulting information.
  • To ensure access to training programs on behalf of its Members.
  • To ensure effective communication between the Association, its Members and external contacts.
  • To provide expert advice to its Members.

We extend our appreciation to Yukon families for giving their time, patience, guidance, enthusiasm and love to their children, our students and our school communities.

Thank You

Màhsi’ choo (GWICH’IN)
Mähsi’ cho (HÄN)
Gùnèlchish (TAGISH)
Gunalchîsh (TLINGIT)
Shäw níthän (SOUTHERN TUTCHONE)
Máhsin cho (NORTHERN TUTCHONE)
Tsin’jj choh (UPPER TANANA)
Sógá sénlá’ (KASKA)
Merci (FRENCH)
Salamat (FILIPINO-TAGALOG)

AYSCBC Privacy Protection Policy Statement 
 
The Association of Yukon School Councils, Boards & Committees (AYSCBC) is committed to protecting the privacy of its Members, directors, staff and any other persons from whom AYSCBC collects personal information.
 
Personal information collected by AYSCBC will be limited to information that is needed for providing services to our clients and will be used only for the purposes for which it is collected.
Personal information will be disposed of in a safe and timely manner when no longer required.
 
AYSCBC is committed to safeguarding the personal information entrusted to us by our clients and our staff. No personal information will be sold, rented, leased or otherwise made available to any person or organization.

Approved January 23, 2014

We're always glad to hear your questions and comments.

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Telephone

(867) 336-2698

Mailing Address

Association of Yukon School Councils,
Boards and Committees
Box 30071
Whitehorse, YT   Y1A 5M2

2007 LONG SERVICE AWARDS CELEBRATION

On October 19, 2007, the Association of Yukon School Councils, Boards & Committees (AYSCBC) hosted Yukon`s first Long Service Awards Celebration for members of School Councils and School Boards.

The Commissioner of the Yukon, the Honourable Geraldine Van Bibber, and Minister of Education Patrick Rouble congratulated the 22 individuals with 10 years or more service and presented them with a framed certificate. Bob Laking, Chair of the Association recognized and thanked the families of the recipients during their years of service. 

The list of those who received awards along with their number of years service is available here.


2010 LONG SERVICE AWARDS CELEBRATION

On November 26, 2010, AYSCBC recognized six more individuals who had achieved long service status, serving for 10 years or longer, as Yukon School Council, School Board or affiliated association members.

Once again, Commissioner Geraldine Van Bibber and Education Minister Patrick Rouble addressed the gathering and presented certificates to the recipients. 

The six recipients were:

Judy Lightening - Takhini Elementary School Council (2000-2010)
Ted Baker - Del Van Gorder School Council (1998-2000 & 2002-2010) and the AYSCBC Executive (2007-2010)
Jeff Hunston - Elijah Smith Elementary School Council (2000-2010)
Jenny Caesar - Ross River School Council (1996-1998 & 2000-2006 & 2008-2010)
Sue Herbrick - Hidden Valley School Council (1998-2002) and Porter Creek Secondary School Council (2004-2010)
Ed Krahn - Riverdale Jr/Jeckell Jr Secondary School Council (1991-1992) and FH Collins Secondary School Council (1994-1998), Elijah Smith Elementary School Council (2000-2002) and the AYSCBC Executive (2007-2010)

As of fall 2010, the total number of those who had served 10 years or longer was 28.   In the 20 years since the Yukon Education Act was proclaimed, there were 968 individuals who had served in these roles, and they have contributed extensively of their time and efforts for their school communities and Yukon education in general.


2015 LONG SERVICE AWARDS CELEBRATION 

On Friday, April 17th, 2015, the Association of Yukon School Councils, Boards & Committees (AYSCBC) held their third Long Service Celebration of those who have served as volunteers for 10 years and longer since the last event was held in 2010.

The Commissioner of the Yukon, the Honourable Doug Phillips addressed the gathering and presented certificates to the recipients.

Twenty-five individuals were formally recognized--the list is available here.

This brought the number of people to 41 who, as of spring 2015, have served 10 years or more on School Councils, the Francophone School Board and/or the affiliated associations—the Association of Yukon School Councils, Boards & Committees (AYSCBC) and the Catholic Education Association of Yukon (CEAY).