The School Community Council a group of parents, guardians, teachers, and school staff who are elected to represent the greater school community. Some of the responsibilities of the SCC are to review, discuss and approve of academic improvement plans, staff development plans, allocation of LAND Trust money and to provide a forum for community discussions of school-related concerns.
Why Community Council
If you have a concern, opinion or suggestion relating to:
- Student activities
- Building maintenance
- Proposed boundary changes
- Student safety
- Legislative issues
- Any other issues
We can help! This is the place to express your feelings and to work for positive changes in our school. Please let your voice be heard. (While decisions regarding Jordan School District policies, budgets, laws and personnel issues are not things we can change, we can pass on concerns about these to the School District.)
School Community Councils
The Utah State Legislature passed a law in 2000 requiring every public school in the state to establish a School Community Council at the school-site level (Utah Code. Section 53A-1a-108). Each School Community Council consists of the principal, school employees, and parents or guardians of students attending the school. The School Community Council determines their school's greatest academic need and prepares a plan to address that need with the school's portion of the money distributed from the School LAND Trust program.
For more information on School Community Councils, please visit www.schools.utah.gov/schoollandtrust and use this website as an invaluable resource for your School Community Council. It includes information about elections and the responsibilities of council members along with timelines, checklists and other training materials.
A bill passed in the 2015 legislative session giving School Community Councils the responsibility to partner with school administration in creating a safe and constructive internet environment for students. If your council is looking for training options to meet the new Safe Technology and Digital Citizenship requirements, there are resources available at no charge. Please see the document below for a list of these resources.
2021-22 Funding Allocation $105,391
2020-21 Funding Allocation $94,958