Tennyson High School

Committees

Local Curriculum Council (LCC)

Local Curriculum Council (LCC) is a body of teachers and staff that makes decisions about implementing and supporting curriculum at the school level.

Site-Based Decision-Making (SBDM) Team

Site-Based Decision-Making Team (SBDM) consists of the principal, teachers, certificated and classified support staff, parents, and students who exchange ideas, data, and other information necessary to improve education opportunities and experiences for students. SBDM makes decisions related to the budget, implementation of standards-based instruction and curriculum, professional development, grant opportunities, discipline plans and school practices. They also make recommendations related to facilities, staffing and day-to-day school operations.

 

Meetings - Agendas & Approved Minutes

  • 10/9
  • 11/13
  • 12/4
  • 1/8
  • 2/5
  • 3/5
  • 4/9
  • 5/7
  • 6/4

SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL (SSC)

The School Site Council (SSC) is an elected body of parents/guardians, students, and staff, who meet monthly to advise the Principal regarding the school plan and the use of school funds.  These funds are supplementary state funds earmarked to improve the total school program. SSC members currently serve for one or two years.  A new election will be held in the fall to replace members not returning.  Although, by state law, only SSC members may vote on budgetary issues, School Site Council meetings are open to all, and we genuinely appreciate any parent/guardian participation and input.  For more information, please contact the Principal.

 

2017-2018 Meetings - Agendas & Approved Minutes

  • 9/25
  • 10/30
  • 11/27
  • 12/18
  • 1/29
  • 2/26
  • 3/26
  • 4/23
  • 5/21

2016-2017

ENGLISH LEARNERS ADVISORY COMMITTEE (ELAC)

Parent ELAC and CAFÉ groups meet every Wednesday from 9am to 11am in room A2B. The Parent CAFÉ Group is a place for parents to come and participate in students' education. Parents, administrative staff and other THS staff come together to provide input, questions or information. During this time workshops are held, guest speakers are invited, and discussions with the school staff take place to improve our children’s education. Parent and staff participation are important, and everyone is welcome.