What is the School Community Council?
Every public school in Utah has a School Community Council formed of parents and school employees. The School Community Council acts as a liaison between parents and the school, and develops plans for improving the school using funds from the School LAND Trust Plan.
Improved student success and wellbeing for ALL students Engaged parent representation in decision making will allow for greater equity. A diverse pool of parent viewpoints helps bridge cultural gaps. Meetings are open to all patrons, and if you are interested, we invite you to join us.
School Community Council Responsibilities & Opportunities
- Develop a School Improvement Plan
- Develop a School LAND Trust Plan
- Review school data
- Advise school administration on local school issues
- Provide an opportunity for issues of concern in the community to be presented to the school administration
- Council Rules of Order and Procedure
- Election Procedure
- Community Council Application
Who is on the School Community Council?
Proposed Meeting Dates for 2018-2019 school year
All meetings are from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, fourth Friday of every month, directly following our PTA meetings and held in the conference room.
Meeting Minutes 2018-2019
Minutes November, 2018
Where does funding from the School LAND Trust come from?
There are 3.3 million acres of school trust lands in Utah granted at statehood to support schools. These lands generate revenue, all of which is saved in the permanent State School Fund. This fund is invested and the interest and dividends are distributed to every public school in the state based on enrollment figures. School Community Councils prepare plans, approved by local school boards, that identify an academic need and a proposed solution using the dollars that the school received from the School LAND Trust Fund.