family school association
What is the FSA?
The Cayman Islands School Family School Association (“CIS FSA” or “FSA”) supports the CIS community through volunteer work for the school.
The FSA’s primary objective is community building by fostering a partnership between home and school. It serves all sections of the school: Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, and High School. The FSA seeks to reinforce the community principles of CIS, support the link between home and school, create opportunities to meet other families and teachers, and create opportunities for discussion and idea sharing.
The FSA is not a forum to receive or administer complaints against CIS staff, students, or other CIS families, or does it have the authority to institute changes in the internal organization and operation of the CIS.
If you are interested in volunteering or being a family representative please e-mail FSA@cis.ky. Selection of family representatives will be made in September by the Principals in accordance with the FSA Charter.
The FSA will have 5 ordinary meetings per year (September, November, January, March, and June) on the second Thursday of the month. The Executive Committee will meet at least 3 times per year (September, January, and June). All meetings of the FSA and the Executive Committee will take place on CIS campus.
All FSA Members are encouraged to attend ordinary meetings. The agenda and previous meeting’s minutes will be sent/published the Friday before a meeting.
On Thursday, June 13th an Annual General Meeting will be held to review the past year and vote on a new executive committee.
Here are the dates below:
- Thursday, September 14th
- Thursday, November 9th
- Thursday, January 18th
- Thursday, March 14th
- Thursday, June 13th
All meetings are scheduled to start at 6:00 PM. Meeting reminders will be shared in the Weekly Current.
The FSA aims to organize one or two major events per school year, with surplus funds received used in accordance with the FSA’s Charter.
Download the FSA Charter below:
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Membership and Executive Committee
All guardians of CIS students and CIS staff (collectively, “FSA Members”) are members of the FSA and are encouraged to attend its meetings and take part in FSA events. There are no membership fees or costs to be an FSA Member. The FSA has an executive committee (“Executive Committee”) made up of the following members: