Site Councils

In a standards-based educational environment, the priorities for student learning are established in law and policy and interpreted for action by the superintendent. The superintendent, central administrative team, and principals frequently exchange advice on learning challenges.

Site councils are established at each school to advise the principal on how to advance student learning through strong shared planning, communications, and problem-solving. Site Council members include parents, staff, and sometimes students.

To contact your site council or for more information on becoming a site council member, please contact your school.

Site Council Training Materials for all schools

Site Council Training Presentation

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Site Council information by school

Select your school from the pull-down menu for its general Site Council information and Site Council meeting minutes.

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