School Site Council

The School Site Council has the responsibility of developing the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) to ensure that all of the resources available to the school, the base program and the supplemental resources, are coordinated and focused on providing a high-quality educational program in which students of all ranges of ability and background can succeed at learning. If you are interested in the election process and becoming a part of this committee, please email [email protected].

Role of SSC Members:

  • Review and monitor the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
  • Oversee categorical and supplemental funds in support of the SPSA.
  • Regularly attend SSC meetings.
  • Become knowledgeable of state and local educational issues related to assessment, curriculum, and instruction.
  • Communicate SSC business internally and externally.
  • Review District policies.
  • Develop an annual meeting calendar.
  • Review bylaws annually.

A School Site Council Is Not…

  • A school management body
  • A policy-making body
  • A political organization
  • A personnel committee
  • A grievance committee
  • A fundraising organization
  • An extension of the PTC
  • A social group

Composition of the SSC: Elementary

Any school which has two or more grades in the K-6 grade span:

  • 10 member minimum, if all categories are to be represented
  • One half staff and one half parents/community members
  • Staff includes: Principal, majority of classroom teachers, other staff