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Interested parents are invite to the Orientation and Volunteer Fair.

School Site Council (SSC)

The School Site Council (SSC) determines academic instructional programs and related categorical resource expenditures. All schools that receive federal or state categorical funding are required to have a School Site Council.

The School Site Council:

  • Sets and reviews school goals.
  • Sets the Title I Parent Involvement Policy and the School-Family Compact.
  • Develops the TItle I parent involvement budget.
  • Selects school improvements.
  • Develops the school safety plan.
  • Oversees the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) and its budget.
  • Recommends and submits a site plan to the State Board of Education.
  • Collaborates with other councils and advisory groups.
Meeetings

The SSC normally meets monthly in Zoom from 5:30pm to 6:30pm, except where otherwise noted.

In the past, on-campus meeting have generally been on Friday at 8:30am in Room 135.

See the Title I page for the 2022-2023 Title I presentation.

⬇ Download 2022-2023 SSC meeting schedule

Meeting Schedule

Sep 15, 2022, 5:00pm

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LSLC and SSC orientation and election

Download flyer

English  ⬇ Spanish

 

Sep 21, 2022, 5:30pm

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SSC and ELAC election

Fill out the Self-Nomination Form

Wed Oct  26, 2022

Zoom link

Parent and Family Engagement Policy

Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

Wed Nov 16, 2022, 5:30pm

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Download agenda

Wed Dec 7, 2022

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to be determined

Thu Jan 19, 2023

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to be determined

Thu Feb 9, 2023

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to be determined

Wed Mar 8, 2023

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to be determined

Wed Apr 19, 2023

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to be determined

Thu May 18, 2023

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to be determined

Wed Jun 7, 2023 tentative

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to be determined
Members

The SSC has 12 members:

  • 1 Principal
  • 4 teachers
  • 1 classified staff member
  • 6 parents
Title I Oversight

The SSC also oversees the educational needs of economically disadvantaged students and Title I funds. Title I participants include students who are at risk of failing in school. The program funds supplemental services needed to raise the academic achievement level of K through 12th grade participants in their academic career. Additional support may be provided through staff development, health, and guidance services.

The SSC works to increase academic achievement. Parents have the opportunity to participate in the design and implementation of the program through activities such as developing a parent policy, home-school compacts, parent training, and volunteer participation in school activities.

Responsibilities:

  • Participate in the assessment of educational needs, establishment of priorities, planning of the educational program and budget resources, evaluation of the school and its academic effectiveness.
  • Assess the educational needs of students.
  • Establish data-related priorities.
  • Plan the educational program and budget resources.
  • Evaluate the school and its academic effectiveness.
Join the SSC

To volunteer to join the SSC as a parent member, fill out the self-nomination form before the September 21 meeting, when the election will be held.