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Collaborative School Committee (CSC)


 Welcome to the SKCEE Collaborative School Committee home page!


Congratulations to our new members:

Leigh Stafford

Andy Boian


Upcoming Meeting Dates:

  • 2nd Wednesday of the month at 4pm
  • Wednesday, November 9th, December 13th, January 10th,  January 24th, February 14th, March 14th, April 11th and May 9th
  • Meetings are held in our PD room



Past Agendas


Meeting minutes:

Minutes CSC Jan 24, 2018

Minutes CSC December 13 2017

Minutes CSC November 8 2017

Minutes CSC October 11 2017

Minutes CSC May 17 2017

Minutes CSC April 12 2017

Minutes CSC February 15 2017

Minutes CSC January 18 2017

Minutes CSC Nov 2016

Minutes CSC September 13 2016


Role of the Collaborative School Committee:


Principal, Teachers, Classified Staff, Parents, and Community Members

Purpose & Scope-

  • Enhance student achievement and school climate at SKCEE by engaging our school community in collaborative efforts that support our school and our District’s goals.
  • Provide strategic direction in support of our school’s mission and vision as stated in our UIP


  • Focus on our UIP (Unified Improvement Plan) as a primary responsibility.
  • Align resources to support our UIP and our school’s program design.
  • Provide guidance, evaluation and approval for our UIP.
  • Provide guidance, evaluation and approval for the annual school budget to ensure alignment with our UIP and our school’s program design.
  • Provide guidance, evaluation and approval for staffing allocations.
  • Make recommendations regarding changes our school design.
  • Participate in principal selection process.
  • Provide input on principals’ involvement in and support of the CSC for principal’s annual evaluation.
  • Review, and when appropriate, approve discipline and safety procedures.
  • Review, and when appropriate, approve school calendar and/or schedule.
  • Act as the School Improvement and Accountability Council (SIAC).
  • Increase parent, community, civic, service, and neighborhood involvement