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School Site Council

The School Site Council plays an important role for each school site. It is a decision-making body that represents all educational partners of the school community. The school principal, teachers, other school personnel, and parents make up this group. Their responsibility is to work as a team to develop and monitor our school's academic improvement plan. Any school that receives Federal Funding is required to have a School Site Council and members are elected by their peers.  School Site Council meets four times to consider the goals of the school, working with the principal to evaluate the school’s progress toward those goals. School Site Council looks at test scores, attendance and discipline records, parent surveys and student input.

At minimum, the School Site Council will:

  • Develop, evaluate, and approve the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA), including the proposed expenditures of funds, Needs Assessment, and Annual Evaluation.

  • Involve parents in planning, review, and improvement of school Parent/Family Engagement.

  • Review and approve the Comprehensive School Safety Plan.

  • Review and approve the Home-School Compact (Title I sites).

  • Provide input on the Local Control Accountability Plan.


All meetings will be held via Zoom - Code 846 804 6104

9/13/23 at 7:30 am 



  • 11/29/23 at 7:30 am
  • 2/7/24 at 7:30 am
  • 4/24/24 at 7:30 am