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!
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
2017-2018 LAND Trust allocation was $14, 312. Monies were used to facilitate the continued use of academic computer programs such as: Learning A-Z, Reading Eggs, SRI, Reading Counts, Lyrics 2 Learn, IXL (ELA, Math, Science) and Math Seeds. Money was also used to help support the Summer Packet materials, Science Fair supplies, Art Fair supplies, and Moms/Dads school sponsored reading activity, which included a book for each student. A portion of the money was also used and set aside for Professional development to help enhance instruction within the areas of reading, math, science, and technology.
2018-2019 LAND Trust allocation was $16,526. Monies are being used to facilitate the continued use of academic computer programs such as: Learning A-Z, Reading Eggs, SRI, Reading Counts, Lyrics 2 Learn, IXL (ELA, Math, Science) and Math Seeds. We have also set aside money for new programs such as School City, Spelling City, and Keyboarding for Kids. We decided to continue to fund the Science Fair, Art Fair, Parents and Pastries reading activity, Summer packet materials, and developed the ELA, Math, Science and Art Home Connection, which provides students with materials they are able to keep to help facilitate continued growth within these areas. The council also agreed to purchase a new Character Education program to help enhance the culture and character within the school. Other items that were identified as a need were, student planners, Science supplies within each classroom, and the addition of a Constitution Bee. Professional development money was also set aside to facilitate the instruction within the areas of math, science, technology, and Professional Learning Communities.