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​What Is the School Site Council (SSC)?• Community group that participates in school-basedprogram coordination• Members represent parents, community members,teachers, other school staff and students (in grades 7-12)Why Is the School Site Council Important?• Legally required group by California law• Provides school staff members, parents, communitymembers, and students a voice in improving achievement What Does the School Site Council Do?• Recommends the Single Plan for Student Achievement(SPSA)• Reviews student academic data• Consults with other parent groups about the SPSA• Recommends school safety plan How Do I Become a Member?• Attend SSC meetings regularly, as a member of thepublic, to decide if you would like to become involved• Talk with the Principal about your interest in serving onthe SSC• Participate in the annual elections; members are electedby the group they represent• No experience is needed; the District provides training tonew members annually to learn about your new role​Visit our Fresno Unified/State & Federal webpage:State and Federal- School Site Council​  For more information contact:Name: Jose JimenezSchool: Muir Elementary SchoolTitle: Home School Liaison, SpanishPhone: 559-457-3150

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