Redwood Heights School Site Council (SSC)
Redwood Heights Elementary
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Curious about how the school maintains its excellence in teaching and learning? 

Want to make a difference in your child’s & other students’ education?

Committed to partnering with the school leadership & faculty?

.…Then get involved in the RHS School Site Council!

 

Mark your calendar for the second TUESDAY of every month meeting. 

SSC meets on a monthly basis from 5:15-6:30 pm virtually:

October 13, 2020

November 10, 2020

December 8, 2020

January 12, 2021

February 9, 2021

March 9, 2021

April 13, 2021

May 11, 2021 


Join Zoom Meeting
https://ousd.zoom.us/j/82923250886?pwd=c2lPTXAxc3Fuc1d3NGdIYS9lZEJRZz09

Meeting ID: 829 2325 0886 Passcode: 377663

 

Our Mission: Every decision we make supports our goals to establish equity, community, and career and college readiness for our students.

What is the School Site Council? The School Site Council (SSC) is the leadership body of the school responsible for ensuring that our students' educational needs are met. School Site Council (SSC) is a mandated advisory body created by the federal government to support students who are most at risk. The Council is composed of parents/caregivers, community members, faculty, and administration. It serves as the central point of school site-based planning and management and works in collaboration with other school organizations, including the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) and the RHS Dads’ Club. 

Our Redwood Heights SSC will be guided by  OUSD’s 20/21 Commitment….We are committed to working relentlessly and unapologetically to become an anti-racist and equity-driven school system. This means that we center our decision-making, resources and instruction to address the needs and lift up the assets of our most marginalized students and families. We hold this stance as we open the 2020-21 school year.

The SSC is the decision-making body for:

  • The school budget (from local, state, and federal funding sources)
  • Instructional programs
  • Curriculum in all areas
  • Reviewing and approving programs that affect the instructional goals
  • Developing and overseeing the implementation of the School Site Plan called the Single Plan for Student Achievement (access last year’s full plan at: https://www.ousd.org/domain/55)

The RHS 2019-20 Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) focuses on 5 priority areas:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
  • Family Engagement
  • Equity

 


Tue, Nov 10 5:15pm


Tue, Dec 8 5:15pm


Tue, Jan 12 5:15pm


Tue, Feb 9 5:15pm


Tue, Mar 9 5:15pm


Tue, Apr 13 5:15pm


Tue, May 11 5:15pm