School Site Council

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School Site Councils were established state-wide to increase school effectiveness, improve student achievement and prepare students to be responsible citizens.  It is based on the tenet that those people closest to the students should be actively engaged in making decisions affecting the instructional programs of the school.  Since the Site Council is comprised of our principal, three teachers, an administrative staff, three parents and three students, it is representative of all segments of the Borel community who are committed to working together to develop curricular and instructional programs for higher student achievement.  The School Site Council approves and implements the Single Plan for Student Achievement and provides input for the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

Parents are elected for a two year term by the Borel parent community; teachers and administrative staff are selected by the teacher community to a two year term; students are selected for a one year term.  The Site Council meets once a month and meetings are open to all who are interested.

The Site Council meets approximately once a quarter from 3:00 - 4:00 in Room 4.