•      School Advisory Council

    The responsibility of the school advisory council is:
    To provide parents, citizens, faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to participate in the development of educational priorities, assessment of a school’s needs, and identification of local resources.

     

    The functions of school advisory councils are:

    • To assist in the preparation and evaluation of the school improvement plan (SIP) (Sec. 1001.452(2), F.S.).
    • To assist in the preparation of educational improvement proposals for implementing an educational improvement grant.
    • To assist in the preparation of the school’s annual budget (Sec. 1001.452(2), F.S.).
    • To assist in completion of the Mid-Year Stakeholder Assessment.
    • To perform functions prescribed by regulations of the district school board (Sec. 1001.452(2), F.S.).

    Other broad functions of the school advisory councils:

    • To participate in planning and monitoring of school buildings and grounds.
    • To initiate activities or programs that generate greater cooperation between the community and the school.
    • To assist in the development of educational goals and objectives.
    • To provide input regarding the district’s Strategic Plan.
    • To review and provide input on curriculum issues.
    • To recommend various support services and resources.
    • To review the impact of property development and zoning changes in the vicinity of the school as they relate to the safety, welfare and educational opportunities of the students.
    • To review the budget to be sure it is aligned with the School Improvement Plan.
    • To perform other functions as requested by the principal.

     

    Our Mid-Year Stakeholders' Review Meeting with our SAC is right around the corner!  We hope you'll plan to join us as we revi

    Our Mid-Year Stakeholders' Review Meeting with our SAC is right around the corner!  We hope you'll plan to join us as we review our midyear data points, and discuss action plans moving forward.  Your input is valued and appreciated!