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T.H. Bell Community Council Meeting

September 27, 2012    6:00 p.m.    Office Conference Room

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Minutes: 

  • Introductions

Those members present:  Curt VandenBosch, Kim Clark, Patty Camp, Jodi Brown, Al Ladeau, Karen Roylance, Curt Hancock

  • What is a Community Council?  Laws

Overview of the School Community Council (SCC)  and laws were discussed.

  • Selection of President and Vice President

Jodi Brown was selected to be President, Robin Merrill was selected to be Vice President.

  • Child Access Routing Plan

The Child Access Routing Plan (CARP) plan was reviewed

  • Calendaring

The second Thursday of the month the SCC will meet at 5:30 p.m. in the office conference room.

  • Overview of School LAND Trust Program 2012-2013

The goals for the year were discussed.

Goal 1:  Students will show progress in Math, Language Arts, and Science. Progress will be measured by standardized tests (where                applicable) and/or other assessments.

Goal 2:  Provide for more use of technology in the classroom and broaden opporunities for students to integrate, explore, and apply                technology.

Goal 3: Teachers will be given more professional development time to enhance Planned Learning Community (PLC) functions.  Teachers will               use the time to generate benchmark assessments which will drive classroom instruction.

Goal 4:  Implementation of common core standards.  Funds will be made available to purchase materials which promote common core                concepts.

Other:

Financial status for trust lands money was discussed.  We talked about having students help out with the school website.

 

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