• School Site Council


    One of the many important ways parents help us do our best for students is by working directly with SSD team members to discuss important district matters.


    Each school has its own School Site Council (SSC), which provides a leadership role in decision-making about curriculum, school performance goals, and disbursement of School Improvement Plan (SIP) and other funds. A limited number of parents serve on the council itself, but all parents are welcome and encouraged to attend SSC meetings.


    Every school in California is required to establish a School Site Council to: develop, review, and approve the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA); align content of the plan with school goals for improving student achievement; align resources to improve academic performance; and review proposed expenditures. For more information on code requirements, visit: http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/co/ssc.asp.


    For information regarding your school's SSC, please contact your school's principal.