Site Council Nominations Due


 What is School Site Council?

The School Site Council is a decision making group of elected people consisting of school staff and parents who work together focusing on a school site plan.  The school site plan describes our curriculum and the council sets goals for each school year.  To support these goals, the council develops an annual budget based on state funding.  Communication is maintained with the district regarding their guidelines, core curriculum, and budget planning.  Discussion of the school site plan, the school’s annual programs, updates from other committees working at the school, and most effective use of funds are some of the major topics undertaken during the year.  Decisions are made on a consensus basis with voting used as necessary to keep the council moving forward.

Responsibilities of a SSC Member

  1. Able to focus on the well-being of all the students at Meadow Heights.
  2. Able to work as a team with other council members through joint decision making.
  3. Able to attend regularly scheduled meetings (generally the 3rd or 4th Tuesday of the month).
  4. Commitment to being an active participant and an ability/willingness to represent the total parent community.

What is the Time Commitment for a Member?

The number of meetings varies from year to year.  Generally, the council meets approximately seven times during the school year on a Tuesday after school for about an hour.

The Meadow Heights School Site Council is accepting nominations for three parent positions. These positions are for a two year term.  If you have further questions, please feel free to contact Kenyetta Cook, Principal at 312-7566.  If you are interested or would like to nominate someone, please print out the School Site Nomination Form and return it to the office no later than 3 P.M. on Thursday, September 25, 2014.

The first School Site Council Meeting will be September 30 at 3:30 in room 6.

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