The purpose and responsibilities of the SSC:
Analyze and evaluate the academic achievement of all students in the school.
Obtain recommendations from school site advisory, standing, and special committees regarding the focus of the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) in meeting the needs of specific subgroups of students.
Develop and approve the SPSA and all related proposed expenditures in accordance with all state and federal laws and regulations.
Recommend the SPSA, including related budget expenditures to the local governing board.
Provide ongoing monitoring of the implementation of the plan and budgets/expenditures.
Revise the SPSA, including expenditures, timelines, and evaluation criteria, as needed.
Participate in local, state, and federal reviews of the school’s program for compliance and quality.
Annually evaluate the effectiveness of the school’s progress toward meeting school goals to raise student achievement for all students.
Encourage board representation of parents, community members, teachers, and students, if appropriate, including all socioeconomic, ethnic, and programmatic groups represented in the school in leadership roles and in the activities of the School Site Council.
Carry out all other duties assigned to the Council by the district governing board and by state or federal law.
Approve the School Safety Plan.
SSC Roles and Responsibilities of the Principal:
The agent of the local board of education.
Member of the School Site Council.
Obligated to understand board policies and procedures and provide information to the SSC.
Does not have veto power over any decision of the School Site Council.
Meeting Dates for the 23-24 School Year:
Meeting Time: 3:45pm - 4:45pm in Gregori Library Reference Room