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School Community Council

We invite all parents to consider serving on the School Community Council.  Our parents' influence and voice has a direct impact on the decisions that are made for our students for now and for the future.  We appreciate and encourage the input, insight and inquiry from our community! 

 

The purpose of the School Community Council is to involve parents or guardians of students in making decisions at the school level, that include,  improving the education of students,  expending School LAND Trust money, and increasing public awareness of policies, funding, and educational excellence.  These decisions are all based on the most critical academic needs of our students.  As a council we will review and revise a School Improvement Plan (SIP), plan expenditures with LAND Trust funds, develop a Safe Walking Route for students, and look at professional development, district, school and community programs that will be beneficial to the education of our students.

Our most critical academic needs for our students include:

·         Literacy

·         Math

·         Fine Arts

·         Citizenship

·         Communication

·         Gifted and Talented

 

Trust Land Funds planned expenditures for the 2019-2020 School Year:

Funds allocated to Brockbank:  $76,041.46

Salaries for intervention specialists/tutoring    $56,200

Professional and technical services                 $  3,500.

Professional development textbooks               $    600.

General Supplies                                              $ 1,400.

Take home and leveled libraries                      $     600.     

Software for reading & math                           $   5100.

Technology                                                  $   2,000.    

    

  

 We welcome anyone interested to attend our School Community Council Meetings.

Community Council 2019-2020 Meeting Dates:

Tues. Oct. 1, 2019:      Training: Purpose/Goals/Responsibilities, Review current plan.

Tues. Nov. 5, 2019:   Review School Achievement Data - Determine Greatest Academic Needs/Safety Plan

Tues. Dec. 3, 2019:   Develop Goals to Meet Greatest Academic Needs- Literacy 

Tues Jan. 7, 2020:    Develop Goals to Meet Greatest Academic Needs-Math and G.A.T.E.

Tues. Feb. 4, 2020:  Discuss Summary of Programs/ Activities Not Included in Trustlands or TSSA

Tues. Mar. 3, 2020:   Review Final Trustlands Goals and Budget/ Review School Access Route

Tues. April 14, 2020:  SCC Celebration and Plan for 2020-2021 School Year

 

** All meetings will be held from 3:15-4:15 pm at Brockbank Elementary.

 

Rules and Order the Community Council uses to conduct meetings:
Rules: The Chair will open and conduct the council meeting. The minutes from the previous meeting will be reviewed and approved by the council. The Chair will proceed with the agenda delegating business or discussion to the respective presenters. The council will vote on all changes and plans. The Chair will close the meeting. If the Chair is absent, the Vice Chair will take his/her place.
Agenda: The agenda will include the topics/plan that we will be addressing. The minutes will be kept of each meeting and the previous meeting’s minutes will be read and approved by the council. Parliamentary order: The Chair will open the meeting, recognize those in attendance, review the minutes from the previous meeting and have them approved, discuss any business and/or concerns, proceed with the agenda order/plan/topic, close the meeting with a review of the next scheduled meeting.
 
Ethical behavior and Civil Discourse: Members of the council will be respectful of members on the council, students’ rights and information, parents and legal guardians, school faculty and staff. Members will also be mindful of the Land Trust money allocated to our school and will be prudent in deciding how to meet the most critical needs of our students.
Discussions will be positive and conducted in a way to solve problems and create a plan best suited for Brockbank students. Discussions will be respectful with everyone being open-minded to the opinions of others. Discussions will be focused on the given topics.
 

School Land Trust Reports

School Land Trust Plan 2019-2020

Land Trust Final Report 2018-19 

Land Trust Website

School Improvement Plans

School Improvement Plan 2019-20

School Improvement Summary of Programs for 2018-19

Budget Summary 2019-20

Brockbank Access Walking Route 2019-20

 

 

School Community Council  Board 2019-2020

 

Name Title Phone # Email
 Heidi Taylor Chair  801-360-2241  heidi.taylor@nebo.edu 
Danny Karren Parent 801-960-6387 djkarren1987@gmail.com
Jen Heywood Parent 801-368-0272 jenheywood@sfcn.org
 Valerie Benson Vice Chair  801-368-0619  valeriebenson164@gmail.com 
Sara Hult PTA Rep 801-735-3535 hultsara@yahoo.com
Marcy Noorda Faculty Rep 801-798-4025 marcy.noorda@nebo.edu
JaNae Wilson Faculty Rep 801-798-4025 janae.wilson@nebo.edu
Larraine Nelson Administration 801-798-4025 larraine.nelson@nebo.edu

Meeting Minutes 2019-20

October Minutes

November Minutes

December Minutes

January Minutes

February Minutes

March Minutes

April Minutes

October Agenda 

Nov. Agenda

Dec. Agenda

Jan. Agenda

Feb. Agenda

March Agenda

April Agenda