What is a School Site Council?
A School Site Council (SSC) is a school community’s representative body, made up of school staff, parents/community members, and at the secondary level, students. The primary responsibility of the SSC is to participate in the development of the School Development and Improvement Plan (SDIP) also known as the Single Plan for Student Achievement, and evaluate the effectiveness of programs by monitoring the use of supplemental funding available to the school site.
For more information about what the SSC is and how it operates, go to: http://www.scusd.edu/general-information/schoolsite-council-ssc
The Crocker/Riverside School Site Council
Our SSC consists of ten members: the principal, three teachers, one classified employee, and five parents. Parents are elected to the SSC by parent voters. Ideally, the elected parents will represent the various segments of the school population (i.e., GATE, RSP, English Language Learner, etc.).
You may review the current school year’s meeting minutes and bylaws at the school office.