What is a School Community Council?
A school community council is a committee made up of parents and school professionals who help determine the needs of our school and the best methods and programs to support those needs through the School Land Trust Program. Members of the school community council will meet together approximately 5-6 times during the school year to discuss the schools needs, the School Land Trust plan, and its implementation.
About the Council
Our School Community Council is dedicated to the success and achievement of our children. The Utah State Legislature created these councils with three purposes in mind. The first is “To build consistent and effective communication among parents, employees and administrators.” Second, “To allow parents an opportunity to be actively involved, with the school, in their children’s education.” And third, “To enhance academic excellence at the school and address the needs of students.”
We invite any who would like to attend or serve on a School Community Council to do so. Monthly meetings are an opportunity to share ideas, voice a concern, or ask questions concerning the School Improvement Plan or our School Land Trust Plan. SCC members directly influence how funds are spent, and provide input to help determine the best ways to utilize funds to facilitate student growth. We welcome patrons to attend any of the meetings listed below for the 2020-2021 school year. (Note: the agenda and minutes for each meeting can be viewed by clicking the appropriate web link below.)
For the 2021-22 school year, Mt. Mahogany has been allotted $86,582.