Parents, please consider serving on the School Community Council. Parents act as the primary advocates for all children. By working as a group and understanding the legal responsibilities that lie with the principal, parents ensure the representation of achievement and student progress. Parents make up at least a two person majority of a school community council and are often the driving force.
Parents will serve as chair and vice-chair in at least one of the co-chair positions. It is important that parents on the council understand the responsibilities of the council and are able to collaborate well with the other members of the council to affect meaningful school improvement for all children. Parents-Checklist
Meeting Schedule and Agenda
Community members are invited to attend council meetings, but do not hold influence over council discussion points or decisions. If you have a concern for your Community Council, please reach out before-hand to one of the council members.
- Location: Alumni Room
- Time: 4:00 PM
- Next Agenda: Review the agenda for our upcoming meeting.
- Schedule: Second Wednesday of each Month
- Meeting Dates:
Council Members are chosen by election and are a mixture of school staff and community members. Candidacy and election procedures begin before each school year.
Contact information for council members can be requested by contacting the School's Principal.
You can also send a message to any council member in care of a message sent to the School's Principal.
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Serving on the Community Council allows parents to directly influence the way LAND Trust funds are used during the school year, which can include programs, materials, and other education-based solutions.
LAND Trust is a school funding program that provides discretionary funds for academic and student success. For more information about this program, visit the LAND Trust Program website.
The actual, current, and expected funding history for each school can be found online using the LAND Trust Funding Report.
- This year does not have an associated School Plan or Final Report.
- Funds received: $260,000
- Funds used for: No reported fund usage for this school year.
These are additional resources that explain more about Community Council.
- Rules of Order and Procedure
- School Community Council Handbook
- Teacher and Student Success Plan / Continual Improvement Plan
Elections are not in progress at this time.
We only keep minutes for the current school year and the previous 3 school years. If you need older minutes, please reach out to a council member, and we'll do our best to accommodate you.