601 North 1500 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
Phone: 801.578.8100
Fax: 801.578.8155

Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

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School Community Council (SCC)

SCC General Meetings
October 27,2016 Agenda: English/Spanish/Arabic Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
  Agenda: English/Spanish Minutes: English/Spanish
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Members

Zuelima Sancez SCC Chair  
Anali Alarcon Vice Chair  
Jessica Whittaker Parent  
Karina Lugo Villalba Staff 801-578-8100
Suyin Chong Hernandez Parent  
Crystal Slatten Teacher Representative 801-5748-8100
Heather Newell Principal 801-578-8100
Ruth Jackman Assistant Principal 801-578-8100

Implementation Summary

For the 2013-2014 school year our LAND Trust Plan included the implementation of Big Eight strategies with a focus on giving teachers tools to increase student engagement.  Funds were used to hire a para professional to staff our computer lab, the purchase of SucessMaker software to enhance math instruction before school, after school and during independent practice and iPads were purchased for classroom use with additional funds.

From The Utah State Office of Education

The purpose and duties of SCC:

School community councils are responsible for preparing plans that are submitted to the school board for approval. They also should assist, as needed, and provide support for the implementation of the approved plans. School community council members are to represent the group that elected them to the school community council, as they make decisions and bring issues to the school community council for consideration.

They may form subcommittees or task forces to address an issue or project and bring it to the school community council for approval. They are a good resource to school and district administrators in bringing issues of concern forward and in providing feedback, upon request.

The school plans for which the school community council has responsibility for developing are:

• The School Improvement Plan

• The School LAND Trust Plan

• The Reading Achievement Plan

• The Child Access Routing Plan

• They also assist in the development of the Professional Development Plan but this plan is ultimately approved and submitted by staff