Community Council
Members
 
Chairperson Heidi Quintana heidiclark505@hotmail.com
Vice-Chairperson Amber Fowler amber@grmc.biz
Parent Member Amanda Dinkins mandidinkins@gmail.com
Parent Member Bailie Newland heartbarcattle@outlook.com
Parent Member (vacancy)  
Faculty Member Ashley Reyes ashleyr@emeryschools.org
Principal Gaylene Erwin gaylenee@emeryschools.ogr


 

Come Join Us!

 Parent participation on school community councils is important. Councils prepare, adopt, and implement education plans at their school. It is a great way to be involved!

Our Goals:

Improved student success and wellbeing for ALL students

Engaged parent representation in decision making will allow for greater equity

A diverse pool of parent viewpoints helps bridge cultural gaps

For more information please visit:  School LAND Trust - Parents and Councils

School LAND Trust Reports
LAND Trust Plans: Teacher and Student Success Plans: LAND Trust Final Reports:
Annual Distribution to BCE
2020-2021 $19, 544
2019-2020 $18,644
2018-2019 $15,407
2017-2018 $14,311
2016-2017 $9,638

Expenditure Summary Report
2019-2020 LAND Trust Allocation was $18,644, with an additional  $1,850 of carry-over funds from the previous year.  Monies were used to facilitate the continued use of academic computer programs such as: Raz Kids, Reading eggs, Math Seeds, IXL, Reading Counts, School City, Spelling City, Keyboarding for Kids, and Aleks Math.  Professional development allocations were used for teachers to attend a Professional Learning Communities (PLC) conference as well as a science conference.  Funds were used to have Gary Hogg present a reading/writing assembly followed by a writing workshop for each class.  Gary Hogg's books were purchased for each classroom for students to continue the excitement that Gary Hogg was able to bring to the school.  It was decided to continue to fund the Science Fair, Art Fair, and Breakfast with Books reading activity.  The council decided to revamp the summer packet challenges as soft closure changed things within our building.  This led to the purchase of additional techology in the form of Chromebooks and Smart TV's for classrooms.  Student planners were purchased as were Spheros, Kindles and Ozobots to expand our schools STEM programs.