School Accountability Committee

Illustration: a red map marker silhouetted against a circle divided horizontally with the upper two-thirds tan and the lower third green.West Jefferson Middle School seeks adult family member representation for the School Accountability Committee for all grade levels, programs, and groups that make up the family/student constituency of the school, as well as interested community members. The West Jefferson Middle School Accountability Committee seeks to include and obtain well-rounded and balanced input in carrying out the responsibilities of the School Accountability Committee. All adult family members are welcome to attend and participate in the school accountability process. Please contact the school if you are interested.

West Jefferson Middle community members may bring any questions or concerns to the School Accountability Committee via the Issue/Concern Form.

What is a School Accountability Committee?

A School Accountability Committee serves as a community organization for accountability in the district. The primary role of the School Accountability Committee is making recommendations about school improvement plans and spending priorities, and their implementation and evaluation. For more information on School Accountability Committees and the legislation backing them, please refer to Colorado PTA - School Accountability.

When do we meet?

Our School Accountability Committee meets the second Monday most months during the school year (September through April). Meetings run from 2:35 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. in the school library. All meetings are open; parents are encouraged to attend to learn more about the role of school accountability committees.



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