What is the Plymouth School Site Council?
The School Site Council is an elected group of parents, teachers and staff who work together to improve Plymouth’s educational programs. School Site Councils were developed in response to California law, which requires them to allocate and monitor the Single Plan for Student Achievement.
At Plymouth, School Site Council members are also responsible for keeping informed on changes affecting education and advising the administration on important school issues.
How can you participate?
Parents interested in serving nominate themselves and then are elected to the position for a two-year term. Duties include attending after school meetings four to five times during the school year. Parent elections are held through a written ballot sent to all Plymouth parents.
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