Montgomery Middle School School Site Council
The School Site Council (SSC) is a school-community representative body made up of:
- Other School Personnel
- Parents or Community Members
- Students (at the Secondary Level)
What does the School Site Council do?
Develops and approves the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) Sets and/or reviews school goals and selects specific improvements Establishes budgets based upon the SPSA Recommends and submits site plan to Board of Education for approval Reviews and modifies the SPSA. Monitors and evaluates implementation of SPSA and resulting student achievement Assesses effectiveness of planned strategies, activities and remedies Participates in local, state, and federal reviews of the school’s program for compliance and quality; Collaborates with other Advisory Groups (English Learner Advisory Committee -- ELAC, Gifted and Talented Education -- GATE, School Advisory Committee -- SAC) Obtains recommendations from school site advisory, standing, and special committees regarding the focus of the school’s SPSA Completes English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) tasks (if the SSC has ELAC authority). Encourages parent, family, and community involvement Encourages broad representation of parents, community members, teachers and students, if appropriate Includes all socioeconomic, ethnic, and programmatic groups represented in the school-community. Develops and oversees Title I Parent Involvement Policy and Home-School Compact
How do I get involved?
If you are a parent, guardian or community member, you will need to be elected by the parents and guardians of the students. Elections are held at the beginning of the school year and officers serve a two-year term. Other parents and community members may join the meeting, but voting and decision making is only open to elected committee members.
SSC Meeting Dates 2020-21