School Community Council

  • School Community Council

    Members elected for the 2020-21 school year.

    Our SCC is currently made up of five parents, two teachers, and the school principal.  

    The purpose of the School Community Council at Nibley Elementary School is to improve school programs and enhance student learning by involving all members of the school community in the decision-making process. Decisions are also made regarding the use of School Land Trust funds. We meet the second Monday of each month at 3:00 pm at the school. All parents are invited to attend.


    School Community Council


    Danny Beus
    Wendy Droge
    Vice Chair/Parent
    Dee Ashcroft
    Melissa Houser
    Teacher/Vice Chair
    Taylor Stephenson
    Gwen Brown
    Samantha Rasmussen
    Naomi Clark
    Trustlands Video Links for SCC Members and Parents may also use this website for more information about TrustLands.

    About School Community Council

    Each public school, in accordance with Utah State Legislature, is required to establish a School Community Council (SCC).  Some of the duties of the SCC are to develop a School Improvement Plan, assign School Land Trust funds, develop a Child Access Routing Plan, develop a reading achievement and intervention program, and create sub-committees and task forces, as needed. 

    SCC members are elected each fall for the following school year.  We will hold our elections during our fall Parent Teacher Conferences. Members include a combination of school employees, the principal, and parents or guardians of students attending the school.

    Meetings are held the Second Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in the Principal's office. If necessary this will be held in the library. Everyone is welcome to attend however, only SCC members have voting authority.

    Meeting agendas and minutes will be posted on the school website and the bulletin board outside the principal's office. The SCC accepts written concerns, comments, and items for discussion one week in advance of scheduled meetings. Give written concerns to the office or email any council memeber.

    Additional SCC guidelines can be found at the link listed at the bottom of this window.