School Improvement Council
The School Improvement Council works collaboratively with the school to develop and implement a five-year school improvement plan (school renewal plan), monitor and evaluate success in reaching the plan's goals and objectives, and write an annual report to parents about the progress of the plan. Councils also assist the principal in writing the narrative for the School Report Card.
When stakeholders are involved in their children's education, the quality of schools improves and children do better in school. Parents can bring great wisdom to the council. They have intimate knowledge about their children and access to other parents who can provide knowledge and insight.
Citizens who are not parents of children in the school can make unique contributions to School Improvement Councils. Senior citizens, business people, members of the faith community, staff of social service agencies and others all have knowledge, experience and resources to share. Community members who feel ownership in the school are often the best advocates for the children and the school.
- Tara Baker, Principal
- Tammy Alessandro, Title I Facilitator
- Ginger Hicks, School Counselor
- Alixander Little, Teacher
- Brandy DeMarco, Parent
- Sue Bowling, Community Member
- Cara McCall, Parent and SIC Chairperson
- Mistina Chambers, Parent and PTA President
- Ruth Butka, Assistant Principal
- Theresa Berard, Instructional Coach