School Site Council (SSC)


A SSC is a school-community representative body made up of:

  • Principals
  • Teachers
  • Other School Personnel
  • Parents or Community Members
  • Students

What does a School Council do?

  • Develops a approves the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)
  • Sets and/or reviews school goals and selects specific improvements
  • Establishes budgets based upon the SPSA
  • Recommends and submits site plan to District Board for approval
  • Reviews and modifies the SPSA
  • Monitors and evaluates the implementation of SPSA and resulting student achievement.
  • Assesses the effectiveness of planned strategies, activities, and remedies
  • Develops and oversees Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy and Home-School Compact.

The main task of the SSC is to develop a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) for the school every year.

How do I get involved?

  • If you are a parent, guardian, or community member, you will need to be elected by the parents and guardians of the students.
  • Elections may use ballots or voice votes. Elections procedures should be outlined in the bylaws of the SSC.
  • SSC seats are not reserved for any group or individual.
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