What is the School Community Council?

  • Every school has a school community council or a trust lands committee. Ridgeline High School elects a School Community Council (SCC) consisting of the principal, teachers, and a majority of parents. The council makes decisions about the School LAND Trust Program. LAND stands for Learning And Nurturing Development. The council prepares a plan that identifies the school's greatest academic need(s). Plans are submitted to and approved by local school boards for implementation the following school year. 

     

    Parents act as the primary advocates for all children and make up the majority of the council. By working as a group and understanding the legal responsibilities that lie with the principal, parents ensure the representation of various viewpoints and values within the community. Parent engagement is key to student achievement and student progress. It is important that parents on the council understand the responsibilities of the council and are able to collaborate well with the other members of the council to effect meaningful school improvement for all students.  

     

    Parents are welcome to serve on the School Community Council. Elections are held annually in the Spring at Ridgeline High School.  Contact Brittany Foster if you are interested in serving on the council.

     

    Council meetings are open and public; all are invited to attend. Agendas are posted online prior to the meeting and minutes of past meetings are posted on this webpage. To see the agenda for our next meeting or past minutes, click here: 

2020-21 School Community Council Members