The School Community Council is a group of parents and school personnel that jointly develop a school improvement plan, decide how School Trust Lands funds will be used, and advise the principal on local school issues. We invite any who are interested in having a say in how things are done at Centennial to become a voting member of the School Community Council.
WHAT IS SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL?
WHEN AND WHERE ARE SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETINGS HELD?
We generally meet 5-7 times a year for about an hour in the school’s Large Conference Room. All School Community Council meetings are open to the public.
WHO CAN SERVE ON THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL?
Any parent may participate in the School Community Council meetings. We have six voting positions for parents and four voting positions for school personnel. Community Council terms may last for one to two years and Community Council positions are filled each spring. If you are interested in serving as a member of the School Community Council, please call or email Mrs. Schroeder. If there is more than one interested candidate, we will have a simple School Community Council election to decide who will represent that area.
SCHOOL LAND TRUST PLAN
The Final Report for the prior year School LAND Trust Plan is completed online. To view a copy of the Final Report, click the button below. Please review it to be sure it reflects the implementation of the School Plan in the prior year.
TEACHER & STUDENT SUCCESS ACT (TSSA)
The Teacher & Student Success Plan is implementing the Alpine School District Social and Emotional Well-Being initiative. Centennial is using these funds for:
- In-school substitutes
- Student Incentives for Tiger Traits
- Professional Development (conferences)
- Stipends (Student Council, website developer, Character & Culture Committee)