top of page


Past Events

Dialogue with the Director

DPAC is happy to present this parent education opportunity to come learn more about Student Services and programs such as Counselling, Autism Support, ISS, LSS, Hearing, Speech and Language and more.  Come meet your DPAC and other PAC parents and further the dialogue within our District.   

Digital Literacy and Internet Safety for Parents

white hater.png
Yellow and Orange Folk Music Festival Poster.jpg

October 13, 2021  7pm
DPAC presents Monique Gray Smith
Fostering resilience with ourselves and the children in our lives

In this dynamic and inspiring session, Monique will share her personal journey, offer readings from her various books and provide stories of hope and resilience. She will begin with an overview on how stress & trauma may be impacting us and those we love; including an exploration of what happens in our bodies when we experience trauma. Monique will share her Cultural Resilience model and strategies for weaving aspects of it into your daily life. 


Bio: Monique Gray Smith


Monique Gray Smith is a proud mom of teenage twins and an award-winning, best-selling author. Her first published novel, Tilly: A Story of Hope and Resilience won the 2014 Canadian Burt Award for First Nation, Métis and Inuit Literature. Since then, Monique has had 7 books come out that cover a broad spectrum of ages, topics and emotions. Woven into all of Monique’s writing, speaking engagements and online courses is the teaching that Love is Medicine. Monique’s novel, Tilly and the Crazy Eights was longlisted for Canada Reads 2021. Monique is currently working on the Young Adult adaptation of Braiding Sweetgrass. Monique is Cree, Lakota and Scottish and has been sober and involved in her healing journey for over 30 years. She is well known for her storytelling, spirit of generosity and focus on resilience.

photo Fall 2020.jpg

Date TBD
Treasurer 101 Workshop
Everything you need to know about PAC finances

Treasurer 101  (1).jpg
bottom of page