School Community Council
Who is the School Community Council and what do they do?
Every school must have a School Community Council (SCC) that consists of the principal, school employees and parents. The majority of members are parents. Parents represent parent perspectives on issues and decisions made by the council. Parents have input in the School Improvement Plan and in how the funds from the School LAND Trust Program will be spent. Parents have the majority vote.
What other responsibilities do councils have?
- Parents may bring issues of concern to the council seeking solutions. The council may choose to address them or recommend another group or entity better suited to implement solutions.
- The council may also create programs or projects to improve the parent, student & faculty school experience
- They may make recommendations to the administration of the school and district.
Members should be willing to attend the council meetings that are held four times during the year on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM. Our meetings this year are scheduled (TBD). Members of the council will need to agree to have their email and/or phone number published.
How can I become involved?
If you are interested in being a member, please send an email with the following information to either Principal Michael Kochevar or Assistant Principal Brady Bartholomew. If more people apply than there are open positions, an election may need to be held.
- Your Name (First and Last)
- Your email and phone number
- Your Student’s name and grade
Principal: Michael Kochevar
e-mail: [email protected]
Assistant Principal: Brady Bartholomew
Email: [email protected]Phone: 801-412-1700