School Site Council
What is a School Site Council?
A School Site Council is established at a school that participates in the School Improvement Program. A School Site Council has a lot to do with what happens at a school. As a well-diversified group of individuals, they make decisions about how State-allocated school improvement funds should be spent in their school. Our School Site Council meets monthly and we encourage and welcome parents of students attending our school to attend our meetings.
Who is involved in a School Site Council?
The School Site Council is an elected group of teachers, parents, and classified employees who work with the site principal to develop, review, evaluate and allocate funds for school improvement programs.
To find out more about the activities of your School Site Council, we encourage you to attend a meeting or talk to the school principal. If you are interested in becoming a member of our School Site Council, please call our school secretary at (209)656-2050 to find out more.
School representative: Principal Vincent Gonzalez,
Parent representatives: Monica Huerta, Victoria Sandoval, - Currently accepting nominations for parent representatives
Teacher representatives: Bob Dunnicliff, Jose Ortiz, and one teacher position open for nominations
Staff representatives: Marta Fontes
All parents are invited to attend Delhi Middle School - Site Council Meetings.