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School Community Council

School Community Council Meeting Schedule for 2019-20:

November 14 @ 6:00 p.m.

January 9 @ 9:30 a.m.

May 14 @ 6:00 p.m.

School Community Council meetings are held to identify school needs and develop goals to address those needs.  School Community Council Meeting meetings are open meetings.  Parents are invited and encouraged to attend the meetings to keep informed of the events at the school.  Agendas and minutes will be posted to the school website.  Our Council follows the Robert's Rules of Order.

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Why is School Community Council so important for a school? Details below will tell you why schools can benefit from what School Community Council does and how you can ensure your input is part of it.

School Community Council Information

Parents can serve on the School Community Council by applying to participate on the SCC.  The school will send notices about applications and elections.  If you are interested in participating on Eastlake's SCC, please fill out the application and send it to the school office.  If it becomes necessary to hold an election, it will be completed before October 15th each year.

SCC Candidacy Form

School Community Council Meeting Agendas/Minutes

2019.09.05 Eastlake SCC Minutes (1)

2019.09.05 Eastlake SCC Agenda

2019.05.23 Eastlake SCC Agenda

2019.03.21 Eastlake SCC Minutes (2)

2019.03.21 Eastlake SCC Agenda (1)

2019.01.24 Eastlake SCC Minutes

2019.01.24 Eastlake SCC Meeting (1)

Eastlake Elementary SCC Minutes 11.15.2018 and Directory

SCC agenda - November 15, 2018

Eastlake School Community Council Agenda Thursday October 4 2018

Eastlake School Community Council Minutes Thursday September 27 2018

Eastlake School Community Council Agenda Thursday September 27 2018

Land Trust
The school Land Trust Budget is $109,000 for the 2019-20 school year.

To review the current Land Trust Plan for Eastlake Elementary, please click on the following link:

 

Land Trust funds are used to hire assistants and personnel to instruct students in PE, computers, character education, and arts.  Teachers provide the interventions while students are working with the assistants.

The intervention program allows teachers to be able to give almost daily interventions in a one-on-one forum with students. One day each week is used for a grade-level meeting designed to improve teaching and learning.

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Land Trust Final Report 2019

Faculty Members 2019-20 Email Address
Suzie Williams, Principal suzanne.williams@jordandistrict.org
Teachers:
Jennifer Burr jennifer.robinson@jordandistrict.org
Andrea Utley  andrea.utley@jordandistrict.org
Parent Members 2019-20
Piper Wise, Chair piper.wise@hotmail.com
Camille Brinton cbb204@hotmail.com
Kira Cook, Vice Chair kmettra45@gmail.com
Joyce Koelliker jokoelliker@gmail.com
Shirley Lim shirleylam723@gmail.com
Teresa Kwant tkkwant@gmail.com
Kelly Beck, Secretary kellysummer@gmail.com
Valerie Hatch, Treasurer valeriechatch@gmail.com
Teresa Rushton teresarushton13gmail.com
Melinda Hudnall melindahudnall@gmail.com
Jenni MacKay mackay.jenni@gmail.com
Jessica Peck Peck_bugsy@hotmail.com
Brecke Ure brecke.ure@gmail.com
Karin Brooks karin.brx@gmail.com
April Pond pondapril@hotmail.com
Simone Nelson Simone021@msn.com
Jennifer Muir jennmuir1@gmail.com
Krista Horton kristajo@hotmail.com