Meeting Information
Meeting Schedule

September 9, 2019 @ 3:15 pm
October 11, 2019 @ 12:15 pm
January 16, 2020 @ 3:15 pm
March 26, 2020 @ 3:15 pm
April 30, 2020 @ 3:15 pm

all meetings will be in the Faculty Room at Book Cliff Elementary

Council Rules of Order and Procedure
Rules of Order (in PDF)

Meeting Agendas

Meeting Minutes

Community Council
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

Members
 
Chairperson Jimmy Brown shy241979@yahoo.com
Vice-Chairperson Jeni Burnett emmas.momma06@gmail.com
Parent Member Amanda Dinkins mandidinkins@gmail.com
Parent Member Lacey Harrison laceykae4@hotmail.com
Parent Member Heidi Quintana heidiclark505@hotmail.com
Faculty Member Ashley Reyes ashleyr@emeryschools.org
Principal Gaylene Erwin gaylenee@emeryschools.ogr


 

Expenditure Summary Report

Expenditure Summary

2018-2019 LAND Trust allocation was $16,526.  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.  We also set aside money for new programs such as School City, Spelling City, and Keyboarding for Kids. It was 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.