Site Based Decision-Making Council
The School-Based Decision Making (SBDM) Council consists of two parents, three teachers and the school principal.
The SBDM process gives parents, teachers, and the principal substantial control over how a school operates. They are charged with the task of finding the most effective ways to achieve the goals set for all students. Information about SBDM councils is found on the Kentucky Department of Education, School-Based Decision Making page.
This council, advised by the school’s staff, makes policies on curriculum, instructional practices, schedules, use of school space, discipline, classroom management, and extracurricular programs. The council also decides what instructional materials the school will use, what support services the school will provide for its students, and how many people the school will employ in each job classification.
The meetings of the council and its committees are open to the public, and all interested persons are encouraged to attend.
SBDM Minutes (Coming Soon)
SBDM Policies (Coming Soon)