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May 25, 2016

ALISO NIGUEL HIGH SCHOOL

SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL MEETNG

MAY 25, 2016

 

Persons in Attendance: Deni Christensen, Michael Calahan, Josilin de Diego, Christina Sepe, Dawn Stanley, Jayme Brittingham, Jean Kerins, Meg Fleischman, Quinn Darling, Joshua Swank, Nima Nikopour, Susan Roche, Andrea Tong.

Meeting was called to order at 3:09 p.m. by Principal Christensen

Introductions were made of all new and current members

A motion was made by Quinn Darling to add Public Comment to May 25th 2016 Agenda and seconded by Christina Sepe.  The vote was passed unanimously.

Role of the School Site Council

The role, responsibilities and purpose of the School Site Council were explained and reviewed by Principal Christensen.

Elections of Officers

Principal Christensen opened the floor for nominations.  It was decided to not elect a parliamentarian at this time.  

Nominations:   

Susan Roche nominated Deni Christensen for Chairperson and Christina Sepe seconded it. 

Jayme Brittingnam nominated Meg Fleischman for Vice Chairperson and it was seconded by Principal Christensen. 

Principal Christensen nominated Dawn Stanley for Secretary and Jayme seconded it.

Principal Christensen proposed that the Council vote by Acclamation.  Christina Sepe made a motion to vote by Acclamation and Michael Calahan seconded it.  The vote was passed unanimously.

All nominees were then voted for unanimously by the council members.

Old Business

A motion was made by Principal Christensen to approve meeting minutes from January 13th 2016 and Christina Sepe seconded it.  

The minutes from January 13th 2016 were approved as written

 

New Business

Principal Christensen informed SSC members of the background of its purpose.  In the past, schools were allotted SIP funds and the SSC was involved in the direction of expenditures.  The current finance system is the LCAP and the money is dictated by student demographics and population.  The school is allocated money based upon LCAP guidelines and the SSC council can be an advisory group for how to best use the funds, but the SSC does not have to approve expenditures as in the past.

 

Review of 2016-2017 Single Plan for Student Achievement

These plans are published by each school and are available to the public and online.  Principal Christensen had made the plan available to all SSC members to review prior to the meeting.  Principal Christensen reviewed with the council at this time the 2016-2017 Single Plan for Student Achievement.    It was discovered that the Single Plan for Student Achievement is not showing all student testing and CELDT data; Principal Christensen called Stacy Yogi to inquire as to why.  Stacy Yogi stated she will look into it and get back to Principal Christensen, but that this issue has been reported by other schools.

A motion was made by Christina Sepe to approve the Single Plan for Student Achievement and it was seconded by Michael Calahan.   The vote passed unanimously.

Public Comment

Andrea Tong voiced that Principal Christensen cannot be the Chairperson for SSC as it is a direct conflict of school interest.    Principal Christensen checked with Stacy Yogi who confirmed that best practice would not be to have the Principal serve as Chair.

A motion was made by Christina Sepe to void the election and reopen discussion and nominations.  Michael Calahan seconded it.  The vote passed unanimously.

A motion was made by Christina Sepe to reopen nominations and Joslin de Diego seconded it.  The vote passed unanimously.

A motion was made by Principal Christensen to nominate Meg Fleischman as Chairperson and it was seconded by Jayme Brittingham. 

A motion was made by Principal Christensen to nominate Christina Sepe as Vice Chairperson and it was seconded by Meg Fleischman.

A motion was made by Principal Christensen to nominate Dawn Stanley as Secretary and it was seconded by Christina Sepe.  The vote passed unanimously.

Comments by members

Meg Fleischman suggested that next year senior days be more spread out, there were too many events too close to one another this year and it was difficult for the seniors.

The meeting was adjourned at 4:18 p.m. 

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