School Site Council (SSC)
School Site Council is an elected school and community body that determines the focus of the school’s Title I program.
The Title I Program provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.
The SSC makes important decisions on how to improve student achievement and how to best use restricted categorical funds within the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA).
For more information on School Site Council, please click HERE.
African-American Parent Advisory Council (AAPAC)
AAPAC is an advisory council for African American parents. It serves as a tool for parents to be empowered in the decision making process and to be advocates for their children's success.
AAPAC advises the school on:
- The school’s Academic Plan and budget.
- Issues specific to academic achievement of African-American students.
- Ways to engage/increase parent participation.
- Developing goals and objectives specific to each school site as it relates to Targeted Instruction Improvement Policy.
- Meets on a regular basis (monthly meetings are recommended)
English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC)
ELAC is an advisory committee for parents of English Learners.
It advises the principal and staff on programs and services for English Learners and the SSC on the development for the SPSA.
It serves as a tool for parents to be empowered in the decision making process.
The council should constitute of parents of English Learners, parents/guardians, school staff, and/or community members.
Coffee with the Principal
Parents and community members are invited to join us for a warm cup of coffee and to receive the latest news and events on campus. It is also a time for parents to hear about instructional programs, gain strategies to assist their children, as well as ask questions and/or share concerns that will positively impact student academic achievement.
Schoolwide Support Committee
Being a member of this forum gives you the opportunity to advocate for improved educational and social emotional outcomes for your child. This is a collaborative effort with our families, administration and teachers to ensure equitable access for all Rialto Middle students and their families. Our hope is that these meetings will shine critical light on the needs of our campus as well as share services that are already being offered. As we come out of the pandemic, we are building a supportive future through both individual and collective efforts. We are excited to share this very real opportunity to actualize our shared value of equity, foster meaningful and impactful partnerships, and lift up our community stakeholders voices. Please join us!Translation and refreshments provided.