district site council

Representing the district’s parents, community, and business/industry, the District Site Council (DSC) provides input during every step of the growth process. The DSC reviews and provides input/feedback on the work of the District Leadership Team (DLT). This includes needs assessment, goal area selection, leadership goal and action plan development, evidence/data, and analysis of growth.

The purpose of the district site council is to advise the District on such matters as student learning, educational programs, school improvement planning, and accreditation issues. The district site council also plays an advocacy role for the district regarding the same issues. Specifically, the district site councils shall:

Be responsible for providing advice and counsel in evaluating state, school district, and school site performance goals and objectives and in determining the methods that should be employed at the school site to meet these goals and objectives. The District site council may take recommendations and proposals to the school board regarding budgetary items and school district matters, including but not limited to, identifying and implementing the best practices for developing efficient and effective administrative and management functions. The district site council also may help the school board analyze the unique environment of schools, enhance the efficiency and maximize limited resources, including outsourcing arrangements and cooperative opportunities as a means to address limited budgets.

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