The Galstaun College Parents and Friends Association (P&F) is a much valued part of our College community and has many committed and passionate members – all selflessly giving their time to make our College a better place for the students.
The Galstaun College Parents and Friends Association was formally launched in 2010 with a purpose is to assist with fundraising for Galstaun College. Since that time the P&F has raised valuable monies towards the following projects:
- College supplies including technology
- College projects
- College grounds maintenance
All parents are welcome
All parents and friends of the College are welcome to be involved in the Parents & Friends Association (P&F).
The P&F meets bi-monthly and parents are welcome to attend meetings to hear more about the P&F activities. For more information on joining the P&F please contact the P&F Executive.
The current aim of the P&F is to bring the College community together and build the College community culture whilst fundraising by hosting events to assist the school to upgrade or introduce new facilities and programs.
The P&F committee is integral in the planning and running of events including College Dinner Balls, College Parents theme nights and events, College Student theme events, the College end of year Carols, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparent’s Day and the Galstaun College Principal’s Cup Golf Day.
The structure of the Association is as follows:
- Vice President
- 6 Executive Members (who chair the Support Committees).
- Uniform Shop
- Major Events
Each Executive Member convenes meetings of the relevant committee as required and reports on the activities at P&F meetings.
Listed below are the names of the office bearers and the executive members:
- President – Nyrie Soghomonian
- Treasurer – Talin Pailagian
- Secretary – Nyree Kelleyan
- Events – Marianna Makasian, Carol Paragassian, Seraik Poliopoulos, Michelin Segers, Berj Ohannesian, Mardo Borghonzian, Gassia Farrugia, Garen Kopoushian, Ari Simonian and Zohrab Yedelian
- Uniform Shop – Sylva Kazandjian