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School Site Council

What is the School Site Council?

School Site Council is a committee of parents, teachers, students, classified staff and administrators who monitor school improvement through the instructional program. The monitoring consists of the annual review of test data, developing a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA), budgeting funding from the State to carry out the Plan, and the evaluation of the SPSA implementation and its effect on student achievement.

When does the School Site Council Meet?

The School Site Council meets five times throughout the school year and meets after school.