The overall responsibility of the Green Valley Elementary School Site Council is to serve as the school community representative body for determining the focus of the school's academic instructional program and related resource expenditures. This includes monitoring the academic performance of the school on an ongoing basis, and developing and monitoring the School Plan for Student Achievement and the School Safety Plan annually.
The creation of School Site Councils by the California Legislature is a reflection of the concept that the individuals most affected by the operation of a school should have a major role in decisions regarding how that school functions. By state law, the Site Council must be composed of ten members, with an equal number of elected representatives from the parent community and the teacher/school community.
Elections for parent representatives are held each May. Parent representatives serve two-year terms.
Learn more about Site Council and read the bylaws by clicking on the links below: