Crooms AOIT School Advisory Council Nomination
What is the School Advisory Council?
The School Advisory Council, known as SAC, is involved in formulating the annual School Improvement Plan and School Improvement Plan budget and advising the Principal on other school-wide issues. We encourage you to become involved in our school.
Who is on the School Advisory Council?
Crooms AOIT SAC consists of 12 members: 6 parent/community members, 3 teachers, 1 school staff member, at least 1 student, and the Principal. Members are elected by their peers. SAC members should be representative of the racial and ethnic groups served by the school. All SAC meetings are open to the public.
How much time is involved in serving on the SAC?
SAC meets once a month for approximately one hour. There are also training meetings conducted by the district office for all School Advisory Councils once or twice a year in the evening. Informational items and the topics for discussion are sent to SAC members for review prior to each meeting.
Why get involved in the School Advisory Council?
SAC members learn a great deal about school accountability and assist the Principal in understanding community concerns and desires. SAC is a way to serve the community and the school. SAC meetings are productive and positive.
If you are interested in serving on our SAC, please complete the nomination form below. Nominations are due by Monday, July 24, 2017.
Name and grade of children
Why do you want to serve on SAC?
This brief statement will be included on the ballot. Describe your reason for wanting to be on the SAC and any special experience you will bring to the SAC.
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