Application to Join the Camden County Schools System Steering Committee (SSC) FY22
Thank you for your interest in joining the Camden County Schools System Steering Committee.
The Camden County Schools System Steering Committee (SSC), which was created in January 2020, is composed of teachers, parents, and community stakeholders. The purpose of the SSC is to enhance and increase district transparency of ideas and recommendations.
The SSC teacher-participants, parents, and stakeholders serve as voting members on the committee and play a large part in shaping the future of our schools. The SSC weighs district recommendations, offer their suggestions, and ultimately make decisions that will have a direct impact on schools. The number of teacher, parents, and community stakeholders is limited to 55 annually.
If you are interested in applying to become a member of the Camden County Schools System Steering Committee, please complete the application below. A representative from the school system will contact you soon regarding your application.
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If you are not employed by Camden County Schools, please select the answer below that best describes your relationship with Camden County Schools.
I am a parent of a student or students currently enrolled in Camden County Schools.
I am a current employee of Camden County Schools.
I am a former/retired employee of Camden County Schools.
I am a local community member or business owner but I do not have any children currently enrolled in Camden County Schools.
If you have children attending Camden County Schools, what school or schools do they attend? Please check all that apply.
Camden County High School
Camden Middle School
St. Marys Middle School
Crooked River Elementary School
David L. Rainer Elementary School
Kingsland Elementary School
Mamie Lou Gross Elementary School
Mary Lee Clark Elementary School
Matilda Harris Elementary School
St. Marys Elementary School
Sugarmill Elementary School
Woodbine Elementary School
Why do you wish to join the Camden County Schools System Steering Committee?
How do you feel you can best contribute to the mission of the System Steering Committee?
The SSC meets several times throughout the school year. The majority of the regularly scheduled meetings are conducted in-person at the Ninth Grade Center Lecture Hall. The meetings are held on Teacher Workday/Student Holidays during the day. Will you be able to commit to attending these meetings regularly as they are currently scheduled?
Thank you again for your interest in the System Wide Steering Committee and your support of Camden County Schools.
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