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The South School PTO will be holding elections for parents interested on serving on the South School Council for the 2018-2019 school year.

What are the main areas of responsibility for school councils?
The law outlines four major areas of responsibility for councils. School councils are to assist principals in:

1.  Adopting educational goals for the school that are consistent with local educational policies and statewide student performance standards;

2.  Identifying the educational needs of students attending the school;

3.  Reviewing the annual school building budget

4.  Formulating a school improvement plan

Who is to be on the council?

The legislation specifies that the council is to consist of parents of students attending the school, teachers, and "other persons drawn from such groups or entities as municipal government, business and labor organizations, institutions of higher education, human service agencies or other interested groups, including those from school-age child care programs."

Interested parents should submit no more than two paragraphs outlining the reasons they would like to serve on the council as well as experience that made add value to being a school representative. South will have four (4) parents, four (4) teachers and one (1) community member on the council.
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Name *
First and last name
Email *
Phone number *
How many children do you have that attend South School? *
What grades are your children in? *
Please describe why you would like to serve as a Parent Representative on the South School Council:
Please describe what experience you can bring to the South School Council as a Parent Representative:
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