School Site Council
The School Site Council is an essential part of Laurel’s decision-making process to continue improving the academic success of our students. The School Site Council is composed of parents and teachers who participate in monthly meetings to review the School Improvement Plan and approve school budgets and expenditures. A monthly meeting will be held and the dates will be determined by the new council. The meetings will be one hour in length. There is a two-year commitment to serve on the council. Being a member of the School Site Council is a great opportunity to learn more about school planning and our budget.
The School Site Council consists of a minimum of ten members.
- Five Laurel parents/community
- Three classroom teachers
- One other staff (certificated or classified staff)
- Each stakeholder group selects its representatives
Duties consist of the following responsibilities:
- Approve the SPSA and all proposed expenditures, in accordance with all state and federal laws and regulations
- Provide ongoing monitoring of the implementation of the SPSA and suggest changes as needed
- Analyze the academic achievement of the students at the school, including student groups
- Develop plans to meet needs identified by data
- Work with other school and parent advisory groups to develop/revise the SPSA (ELAC will provide written input)