Local School Council
The A+ Education Reform Act of 2000 established school councils in Georgia to "bring communities and schools closer together in a spirit of cooperation to:
School councils provide recommendations and assistance to principals and local boards of education. The law details the composition of the council, its responsibilities, and procedures for conducting business. Local school councils are composed of at least seven members including the principal, two certified teachers elected by the school's teachers, and parents and community business people.2016-2017 School Council MembersAlan Benton, ParentKim Johnson, ParentSloane Jinks, ParentNatalie Sledge, ParentRosemary Ahonen, TeacherKevin Bagley, TeacherDavid Shedd, Principal
- solve difficult education problems,
- improve academic achievement,
- provide support for teachers and administrators, and
- bring parents into the school-based decision-making process.
Last Modified on June 5, 2017