The School Community Council (SCC) meets multiple times a year on the dates listed below. We meet at 6:30 pm in the ERMS Media Center and all meetings are open to the public. New parents and community members and welcome to attend any meeting!
What is the School Community Council?
The School Community Council offers parents and staff an opportunity to have a real and measurable impact on what happens at Elk Ridge. By joining the community council, you will have a voice in how a substantial amount of our school funding is used.
While our focus for the past few years has been on building out an instructional coaching program, the new Teacher and Student Success Act provides funding that will meet many of those needs going forward. This allows us to use Land Trust funds in new ways, meaning more input from parents and staff is needed than ever before.
October 9, 2019
December 11, 2019
February 19, 2020
April 22, 2020
What is Land Trust Funding?
Each year, every school in Utah is allocated a certain amount from the state to be used as seen fit by the school community council. Land Trust funds have been funded in the following amounts:
For a more detailed breakdown of amounts, historical plans, etc., please visit the official trustlands website by going here. Choose our district and school for school-specific information, plans, etc.
2019-20 School Community Council Members
|Michael LaBountyemail@example.com||801-558-2095||Chair (Parent)|
|Margaret Hessfirstname.lastname@example.org||801-282-8994||Vice Chair (Parent)|
|Angela Rossemail@example.com||801-280-0499||Secretary (Parent)|
Learn More About How SCC's Work
If you would like to be trained in any aspect of school community council's please visit one of these sessions by clicking this link.
You can also visit the official Land Trust website for more information and our most current plan.
School community councils operate using Robert's Rules of Order. To join our school's community council, use this election form to express interest. Forms can be turned in to the main office or to the school community council chairperson.
Our student handbook covers the code of conduct for students regarding bullying, and should be reviewed by parents each year at registration.
Because of overlap with the new Teacher and Student Success Act, our TSSA plan will be added to this site as well as soon as it has been approved by the school board.