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What is a school site council?

What is a school site council?

California Education Code 52852 requires that a School Site Council shall be established at each school that participates in Title I or LCFF supplemental/concentration grant funding.
The School Site Council is comprised of the school principal, teachers, other staff and parents and/or community members. The School Site Council looks at student data and school information, identifies student needs and area for improvement, and participates in the review/revision of the Single Plan for Student Achievement as well as other District plans. 
  • Attend School Site Council meetings - contact your principal or school secretary for a list of meeting dates
  • Let your school principal know that you are interested in participating in School Site Council