School Advisory Council
What is SAC?
- A School Advisory Council is an elected committee made up of parents, staff, administrators, businesses, and community members who work together to help a school improve. By state law, school boards must establish an advisory council for each school.
- The role of a School Advisory Council is to assist in the preparation of the annual budget, and in the development and evaluation of the School Improvement Plan. The SAC is the school committee that deals with issues relating to school improvement. The General Appropriations Act provides a portion of funds for use by the SAC that is to be used for implementing the School Improvement Plan.
Become a SAC member! Get involved! Being a School Advisory Council member is a good way to be an important part of your child's education.
The School Advisory Committee operates under a committee structure. Most of the work of the SAC is handled by individual committees and committee reports are presented for information and the approval of the SAC. Below are a list of the standing committees of the SAC.
Other committees will be established by the SAC Chair and principal as needed.
For more information, you may also contact the School Improvement Office at 671-7146 or access the following website -- http://www.florida-family.net/SAC.
Nancy Faucher (Chairperson)
Jean Davis (Co-Chairperson)
Jessica Vera (Secretary)
Scott Borth (Assistant Principal)
Michael Davis (Parent)
Shelly Lafrance (Parent)
Melinda Kimball (Parent Liaison)
Nazimah Ying (Parent)
Troy Sanford (Principal)
Marita Smith (Curriculum Coach)
Sylvia Culbreath (Teacher)
Emily Vera (Student)
Nicole Thornton (Assistant Principal)