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Creekside Site Council NEEDS YOU!

Our school site council is looking for parents interested in serving on the school site council for this year. The site council meets once a month on Monday mornings at 7 a.m. and sometimes we meet remotely in the evening utilizing online meeting rooms. We have two parent openings for this year. These openings are for a two-year term. If you are interested in running for a position on the Creekside school site council, please email me at Please make sure to include your child's name in the email. The election will be held as soon as we have candidates! 


More info about site council:
The council is a group of teachers, parents and classified employees who work with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets. The member of the site council are elected by their peers. For example, parents elect the parent representatives and teachers elect the teacher representatives. 

Questions school site councils ask:
--What are the goals and priorities of our school?
--What data do we have that shows how well we are achieving those goals?
--Are we progressing toward our goals?
--Are there particular groups of students who are not doing as well as others?
--What supports could we put in place to help struggling students?
--How will we fund those supports?
--How will we know if our programs are effective?
To learn more about site councils and their work, please read this article.


Posted by: Aaron Tarzian Published:9/26/18
Audience: Homepage, Our School, Our School and Homepage

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