School Community Council

Taylor School Community Council 

2022-2023 Members

Lance Wilson May 2023 Parent (801) 465-6050
Melanie Wilson May 2023 Parent (801) 465-6050
Kassidy Rindlisbacher May 2024 Parent (801) 465-6050
Laura Donohoo May 2024 Parent (801) 465-6050
Victor Gonzalez May 2024 Parent (801) 465-6050
Marianne Lowe May 2024 Teacher (801) 465-6050
Kennedy Lopez May 2024 Teacher (801) 465-6050
Clint Cornwall May 2023 SCC Facilitator (801) 465-6050
Billi Robbins Permanent Principal (801) 465-6050

School Community Council Meetings/Agenda


*All Patrons Welcome to Attend



Purpose/Agenda Item:

Sept. 28  3-4pm  Welcome/ School Community Council Training/Title I Plan
Oct. 26 4-5pm Superintendent School Community Council @ Payson High School     
Nov. 29 3-4pm Digital Citizenship/Title I Plan & Engagement Policy/ Trust Land Review
Feb. 28 3-4pm 2022-2023 Reading Goal/Budget and Plan Approval/ School Access Route Plan
Mar. 28 3-4pm School Access Route Approval 

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.  Members are on the council for a two year period. Once a seat is empty, the school will hold nominations and elections either in the Spring or Fall for any empty seats.  Nominations run for 2 weeks and then elections the following 2 weeks.  Nominations and elections are held online and in person in the school office. If a seat becomes available during the year, the same process will be followed. Chair and Co-chair will be nominated and elected in the first council meetings. Please watch for information on nominations and elections in the first few weeks of every school year.  

All parents and patrons are welcome to attend and participate in meetings and discussions.  Council members will vote on decisions/plans approvals. Here is a link the the state's Trust Land website for further information. The following information is from The Shared Governance 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 

School Community Council Rules and Order and Procedure

Nebo School Community Council Handbook

The Academic Areas of focus at Taylor Elementary for the 2022-2023 school year is:

  • Reading
  • Math

Trust Land Funds Expenditures for the benefit of students:

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

Allocated budget for 2022-2023:


 REVIEW of 2020-2021 Expenditures:

For 2021-2022, Trust Land Funds actual expenditures for Taylor Elementary was $52,078.  Substitutes provided for assessment cycles. Early Intervention Reading technicians hired to provide support in K-2. Purchased skills based reading materials. Provide more technology to school (programs and tools).  Trust Lands technician hours for next year to assist in math re-teach and enrichment. 

**Copies of School Trust Land Plans, community council minutes and agendas are available in the office. Call 801-465-6050 for further help or information. 

 ~Please see School Calendar and Newsletters for upcoming SCC events

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