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School Site Council

23-24 Meeting Dates

  • November 30, 2023
  • February 8, 2024
  • April 4, 2024
  • May 2, 2024
  • May 30, 2024 (TBD)


The School Site Council (SSC) at Landmark Middle School is a collaborative group consisting of parents, teachers, school staff, and possibly students. Together, they work to develop and oversee the school's improvement plan, ensuring that the needs of all students are addressed and resources are utilized effectively to achieve the school's goals.

Key responsibilities of Landmark Middle School's SSC include:

  1. Developing and approving the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA): This plan outlines Landmark Middle School's goals, strategies, and actions to enhance student performance and meet state and local standards.

  2. Reviewing and analyzing student achievement data: The council examines data on student performance to identify areas for improvement and assess the effectiveness of existing programs.

  3. Allocating resources: Landmark Middle School's SSC is involved in determining how funds and resources are allocated to support the school's improvement plan, ensuring they are utilized in ways that benefit all students.

  4. Monitoring progress: The council regularly assesses the school's progress in achieving its goals and may make adjustments to strategies or resource allocation as needed.

  5. Soliciting input: The Landmark Middle School SSC actively seeks input from the broader school community, including parents and teachers, to incorporate diverse perspectives into decision-making.

In essence, the Landmark Middle School School Site Council is a vital collaborative body that contributes to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of school improvement efforts, with a focus on enhancing the educational experience and outcomes for all students.