School Site Council
The School Site Council (SSC) decides upon academic instructional programs and all related categorical resources expenditures for a school.
SSC is a school-community representative body made up of:
- Classified Personnel
- Parents or Community Members
All schools that receive federal or state categorical funding are required to have a SSC to decide how to spend funds.
School Site Councils are expected to:
- Develop and approve the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
- Set and review goals, as well as select specific improvements.
- Establish budgets based upon the SPSA.
- Recommend and submit site plan to the Board of Education (State Administrator) for approval.
- Review and modify the SPSA and resulting student achievement.
- Assess effectiveness of planned strategies, activities and remedies.
- Participate in local, state, and federal reviews of the school's program for compliance and quality.
- Collaborates with other advisory groups (ELAC, GATE).
- Encourage broad representation of parents, community members, teachers and students, if appropriate.
- Include all socio-economic, ethnic and programmatic groups represented in the school-community.
- Develop and oversee Title I Parent Involvement Policy and Home-School Compact.
School Site Councils are expected to hold a minimum of four (4) meetings a year. Everyone is welcome to attend, but only SSC members are allowed to vote.
This year the parent representatives on the School Site Council are TBD.
We are currently in need of an alternate to join this important team. If you are interested, please email Rebecca Harris at: email@example.com
Your school representatives on the SSC are TBD
School Site council will meet four times a year on the following dates:
Meetings will be held virtually until it is safer to meet in person. The meetings begin at 2:30. Use the following link to access the meeting:
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Meeting ID: 884 2044 3500