School Community Council
The Community Council is an elected body of educators and parents that meet regularly as dictated by state statute. The Community Council has primary responsibility to oversee the expenditure of Land Trust funds and recommend a safe walking route for students.
Land Trust funds are encumbered and spent based upon an approved plan designed to meet the school’s greatest academic needs. The safe walking route is reviewed on a yearly basis and details a suggested walking route for students to and from school.
Agendas and minutes for School Community Council meetings can be found at the bottom of this page. Also member contact info and the SIP Goals.
Members of the Community Council are elected for a two year term. Parent members of the council must have a student enrolled in the school. Members of the Community Council must be willing to have their contact information published and available to the general public.