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Chawanakee USD  |  AR  0420  Philosophy, Goals, Objectives and Comprehensive Plans

School Plans/Site Councils   

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School Site Councils

Each school that operates a program requiring the development of a school plan for student achievement (SPSA) pursuant to Education Code 64001 shall have a school site council composed of the following: (Education Code 65000)

1. The principal or designee

2. Classroom teachers at the school, selected by the classroom teachers at the school

3. Other school personnel who are not teachers, selected by the other personnel at the school who are not teachers

4. Parents/guardians of students attending the school and/or other members of the community, selected by the parents/guardians of students attending the school

5. If the school is a secondary school, students attending the school selected by other secondary students

(cf. 0450 - Comprehensive Safety Plan)

Half of the school site council membership shall consist of school staff in the categories listed in items #1-3 above, the majority of whom shall be classroom teachers. For an elementary school site council, the remaining half shall be parents/guardians and/or community members. For a secondary school site council, the remaining half shall be parents/guardians, community members, and/or students. (Education Code 65000)

A district employee may serve as a parent/guardian representative on the school site council of the school his/her child attends, provided the employee does not work at that school. (Education Code 65000)

School site councils shall operate in accordance with procedural meeting requirements established in Education Code 35147.

(cf. 1220 - Citizen Advisory Committees)

School Plan for Student Achievement

The school site council shall develop and annually review and update an SPSA that addresses all federal and/or state categorical programs in which the school participates pursuant to Education Code 64000. (Education Code 64001)

(cf. 1431 - Waivers)

(cf. 6020 - Parent Involvement)

(cf. 6171 - Title I Programs)


approved: February 12, 2019 North Fork, California