Beaumont Site Council
Beaumont Site Council
The Site Council is open to staff, parents, administration, students, and community members. Site Council usually meets the 2nd Monday of every month from 4:00-5:00 in the office.
2014-2015 Meeting dates
|November 17, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
2013-2014 Meeting dates
|September 16, 2013||Agenda||Minutes|
|October 14, 2013||Agenda||Minutes|
|November 18, 2013||Agenda||Minutes|
|December 9, 2013||Agenda||Minutes|
|January 13, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
|February 10, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
|March 10, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
|April 14, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
|May 12, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
|June 9, 2014||Agenda||Minutes|
2013-2014 Site Council Members (with end date of current term)
|Anabel Munana (2015)||Elizabeth Casson-Taylor||Kevin Rogers (2014)||Sue Coffman|
|Ria Dunn (2015)||Neisha Saxena (2014)|
|Cynthia Plank (2014)||Christine Boyd (2015)|
|Erika Kohn (2015)|
School Site Councils were mandated in 1991 by the Oregon Legislature with the passage of the “Oregon Educational Act for the 21st Century.” ORS 329.704 states:
- "There shall be established at each school a 21st Century Schools Council." [These are commonly called Site Councils.] "The duties...shall include but not be limited to:
- The development of plans to improve the professional growth of the school’s staff;
- The improvement of the school’s instructional program;
- The development and coordination of plans for the implementation of programs under this chapter at the school;
- The administration of grants-in-aid for the professional development of teachers and classified district employees..."
- A Site Council "shall be composed of teachers, parents, classified employees and principal or the principal’s designee, as follows:
- Not more than half the members shall be teachers;
- Not more than half the members shall be parents;
- At least one member shall be a classified employee; and
- One member shall be the principal or the principal’s designee."
- In addition other members may be "...including but not limited to local school committee members, business leaders, students and members of the community at large."
- Members of a site council "shall be selected as follows:
- Teachers shall be licensed teachers elected by licensed teachers at the school site;
- Classified employees shall be elected by classified employees at the school site;
- Parents shall be selected by parents of students attending the school;
- Other representatives shall be selected by the council."
School Improvement Plan (SIP)
To fulfill the mandate of the state legislature, the Lincoln HS Site Council has developed and will approve a School Improvement Plan (SIP). The Plan will:
- delineate both long- and short-term school improvement objectives;
- include specific actions, specific personnel, and measurable outcomes.
The Site Council will:
- solicit input regarding the SIP from staff, parents, administration, students, and community members;
- closely monitor progress toward attainment of the objectives during the school year;
- review and revise as necessary the SIP each spring for the following school year.
In addition, the Site Council:
- may review the allocation of LHS resources including the operating budget, and grants or allocations from the Lincoln Foundation, PTA, Booster Club, and other sources;
- will receive regular reports from the Curriculum Planning Team;
- will provide advice to the principal regarding the distribution of FTE. Whenever there is a change in the allocation of FTE to Lincoln, the principal will alert the Site Council. After Site Council discussion, the principal will make the final decision.