School councils provide an opportunity for parents, school administration, teachers, community members and students to work together towards achieving a more vibrant and effective school community. All parents with children attending school are members of their local school council and are encouraged to participate in council activities. Councils usually meet on a monthly basis. In addition, school council chairs meet with one another, district administrators and members of the Board of Trustees at district-wide meetings.
School councils, working with their principals, create a community spirit that makes a school more than just a school. They create a learning environment where students feel the commitment of their principal, teachers and parents working toward a common goal: creating teaching and learning environments where students reach their potential and achieve at the highest levels in all areas of learning.
School Council Resources
St. Maria Goretti School Council
We welcome our School Council for the 2018-2019 school year. They are:
Chairperson: Mrs. Kim Yablonski email@example.com
Vice Chair: Mrs. Rosangela DeVincenzo firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Mrs. Nadia Scarpino email@example.com
Secretary: Mrs. Ginger Bowes firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first council meeting for the year will be Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 6:30 PM. Meetings are typically held on one Wednesday each month, with the exception of December and April. Parents are invited to attend all council meetings. Our focus at these meetings is the education of your children in a safe and supportive environment. We look forward to seeing you!
School Council Minutes
School Council Minutes - May 2018
St. Maria Goretti School Council Constitution and Bylaws
SMG School Council Bylaws - Final 2014
Soul Food at SMG
The Soul Food program is supported and run through the SMG school council. The purpose of the program is to assist families in our school community that are going through a difficult time because of an illness in the family, a death or perhaps a period of financial hardship or because of a new addition to the family. The assistance we provide is in the form of meals and prayer. All assistance is offered confidentially. The coordinator for the 2018 – 2019 school year is Melanie Ruiz.
Do you know a family who would benefit from Soul Food?
A family in need may be identified by any member of our school community or a staff member. Please contact the coordinators at email@example.com
Anyone can volunteer to be a part of this wonderful service and be part of our Catholic Community of Caring. If you would like to volunteer to provide meals for those in need please contact the coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you for your support.