School Accountability Committee

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The purpose of the SAC is to recommend priorities for spending school discretionary moneys to the principal of the school.  The SAC may also make recommendations to the principal of the school concerning preparation of the school’s Performance or Improvement Plan, or other plan, if specified.  SAC is to help inform, encourage and provide opportunities for parent and community members to be involved in the planning and evaluation of the school’s Performance or Improvement Plan, or other plan, if specified.  SAC shall meet at least quarterly to discuss whether school leadership, personnel, and infrastructure are advancing or impeding implementation of the school’s Performance, Improvement, Priority Improvement or Turnaround Plan, whichever is applicable, and other progress pertinent to the school’s accreditation contract.

Final decision-making authority rests with the principal receiving the recommendation from the SAC.

In addition to attending to the goals and objectives for the improvement of education within our school, SAC also concerns itself with safety issues related to our school environment.  We perform surveys on a periodic basis so we may provide a voice for the school community and we act as a conduit of communication between the district, staff, parents, and community. To this end, our meetings are always open and we invite you to attend. If you are interested in information regarding our meetings, please see the link to the minutes found below.

 

SAC Bylaws | SAC Letter of Intent to Run | C2E SAC Training 

School Accountability Committee Members Upcoming Meetings:
All meetings will be held at 8:00am
Laura Pickford — Chair
Melissa Kelsey — Vice Chair
Tina Crump — Recorder
Rae Whatley — DAC Representative
Vacant — Community Representative
Rae Whatley — Vice Principal
Julie Stewart — Teacher Representative
email: SAC@c2e.org
September 13
November 15
January 10
March 13
May 8

School Accountability Committee Minutes |  August 2018 | March 2019 | May 2019 | Archives