School Community Councils Meetings

 Meetings are held in the conference room at Springside Elementary at 12:15 on the dates below. The public is invited to attend.

Digital Copy of Meeting Schedule found here.

 Date                                                              Proposed Agenda Items

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021                    Chair/Co-Chair Selection, Calendar of meetings, Council Training,

                                                                                              Trustlands/TSSP review, Compliance 

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at 12:15            Team Presentation, Data Review, Digital Citizenship 

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022                                        Trustlands review, Data Review,

                                                                                               Trustlands 20-21 Final Report/Stakeholder Report                                   

Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at 12:15              Safe Routes to School, Data Review, Team Presentation, Trustlands 2022-23                                   

 Wednesday, March 16, 2022                 School Land Trust Grant 2022-23

April 1, 2022                                                  School Land Trust Grant Application Due

Wednesday, May 4, 2022                        Council Nominations, Data Review, Celebration

What is the 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 6-8 times during the school year to discuss the school’s most critical academic needs, the School Land Trust plan, and its implementation. Council members also give input for the school’s safe routing plan and digital citizenship/internet safety.

Parents who wish to become involved with the Community Council can contact the principal for information. Elections for open council positions are held each fall. Voting is done electronically and sent to patrons via email. Individuals who wish to vote in-person may do so in the school office during the election period. Community Council meetings are open to the public.

You can find out about Community Councils and School Land Trust plans, including our school plan, funding levels, and other information, at
Springside Elementary School Funding:
2016-17: $60,082
2017-18: $81,846
2018-19: $100,245
2019-20: $100,387
2020-21: $109,615
2021-22: $83,535

2022 Stakeholders’ Report

Stakeholder 2022 part 1
Stakeholder 2021 part 2

Community Council Members

Mary Alice Briggs, PARENT, YEAR 2
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Jarrett Ingram, PARENT, YEAR 1
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Julie Peterson, PARENT, YEAR 1
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Ali Tavita, PARENT, YEAR 1
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Kim Beuchert, PARENT, YEAR 1
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Christie Kloeppel, 2nd Grade, 1st Year
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Community Council Information

Springside School Land Trust Plan 2021-22

School Land Trust Plan 2020-21