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School Community Council

Taylor School Community Council 
2019-2020 Members

Ashlee Drussel

Shannon Poulsen   

Lance Wilson

 Melanie Wilson

Cathy Nelson

Elizabeth Rios

Heather Stinson

Lourdes Wright

Wendy Grill

Penny Oakeson

Jeaneen Penrod

Clint Cornwall

Billi Robbins

PTO Co-President

PTO Co-President 

Parent

 Parent

Parent

Parent

Parent

Parent

Teacher

Teacher

Teacher

SCC Facilitator

Principal

(801) 362-4406

(801) 822-9634  

(801) 380-9676

(801) 382-9678

(801) 465-1461

(801) 354-4489

(435) 219-4402 

(801) 367-4930

(801) 465-6050

(801) 465-6050

(801) 465-6050

(801) 822-6626

(801) 465-6050

a_drussel@hotmail.com

5poulsens@gmail.com

lance@lancewilsoninsurance.com

mlbeers1@aol.com

bobatharoo@hotmail.com

elizabeth-rios@hotmail.com

farmfamily96@gmail.com

lourdeswright0527@gmail.com

wendy.grill@nebo.edu

penny.oakeson@nebo.edu

jeaneen.penrod@nebo.edu

clint.cornwall@nebo.edu

billi.robbins@nebo.edu

 
School Community Council Meetings/Agends

2019-2020

Date:                     Time:                  Purpose/Agenda Item:

Oct. 15                 4:00pm               District Community Council Meeting with Superintendent

Nov. 20                8-9am                 Chair/Co-Chair Election and Digital Safety

Dec. 11                3:30-4:30pm       Trustlands Budget/School Improvement Plan/ Title I Plan

Jan. 15                 8-9am                 Reading Goal 

Feb. 19                3:30-4:30pm       Math Goal 

Mar. 11                8-9am                 School Access Route Plan

Apr. 15                 3:30-4:30pm      2020 Trustland Plan and Budget/Signatures

The School Community Council (SCC) plays an important role in partnering in the education of our children with the school, its staff and faculty and the district.  The following information is from The Shared Goverance Handbook.  The SCC provides a "cooperative means of improving the educational programs and conditions" within the school.  Decisions and responsibilities allocated to the SCC by the Utah law includes:

  • Developing a School Improvement Plan (SIP)
  • Developing the School LAND Trust Program
  • Assisting in the development and implementation of a school professional development plan
  • Develop and implement a child access routing plan
  • Advising and making recommendations to school and school district administrators and the local school board regarding the school and its programs, school district programs, and other issues relating to the community environment for students
  • Developing a reading achievement plan 

The Academic Areas of focus at Taylor Elementary for the 2018-2019 school year is:

  • Fine Arts
  • Reading
  • Math

Trust Land Funds Expenditures for the benefit of students:

  • Salary for intervention specialist
  • Curriculum professional develoment
  • Substitutes during Reading benchmarks, focus observations, assessment cycles
  • Classroom technology
  • Purchasing of Take Home Books, Leveled Library Books, Hands on Math materials and additional supplies

Allocated budget for 2019-2020:

$49,646

 REVIEW of 2018-2019 Expenditures:

For 2018-2019, Trust Land Funds actual expenditures for Taylor Elementary was $44,708.  Substitutes provided for assessment cycles. Provide more technology to school through chromebooks and cart purchase. Conferences attended by many staff members paid for out of this budget. Made plan to hire two math trustlands technicians for next year to assist in math re-teach and enrichment. 

 ~Please see School Calendar and Newsletters for upcoming SCC events

Monthly Meeting Minutes/Powerpoints/Plans (Current, Past and Upcoming)