What is a School Site Council?
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The Role of the Schoolsite Council
A school that operates a categorical program funded through the consolidated application (ConApp) is required to establish a schoolsite council (SSC) if such program requires a School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) (California Education Code [EC] Section 65000[b]).
The SSC is required to conduct a comprehensive needs assessment, including an analysis of verifiable state and local data, provide recommendations related to the school’s Title I program, and participate in the development and approval of the school’s SPSA. The SPSA is a strategic plan that outlines specific and measurable goals at the school site with the intention of increasing student achievement. The SPSA should align with the local educational agency’s (LEA’s) Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) process as they both help support continuous cycles of action, reflection, and improvement.
For more information on the LCAP and SPSA development, please visit the Planning for the LCAP and School Plan
2022-2023 School Site CouncilTop of Page
Christi Bradford (President)
Bjorn Berg (Principal)
Jordan Stone (Vice President, Classroom Teacher)
Matt Barkley (Classroom Teacher)
Minh Nguyen (Classroom Teacher)
Maggie Rodriguez (Classified Staff)
School Site Council Agendas
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