School Site Council
2022-2023 Voting MembersTop of Page
StaffTop of Page
Monique Paris (Year 2 of 2) Teacher
Gabriela Chairez (Year 2 of 2) Counselor/Certificated
Miguel Esparza (Year 1 of 2) Classified
Soledad Varela (Year 1 of 2) Teacher
Kristina Kirby (Year 1 of 2) Teacher
Gema Day (Year 1 of 2) Teacher
Rosario Cruz (Year 1 of 2) Counselor/Certificated
Vito Chiala, Principal
StudentsTop of Page
Karla Basulto Valdez
ParentsTop of Page
What is School Site Council?Top of Page
- School Site Council is a school-community representative body comprised of the Principal, Teachers, Other School Personnel, Parents, Community Members, and Students. All schools that receive federal or state categorical funding are required to have a School Site Council to give input and help decide how to spend categorical funds.
- The School Site Council helps develop and approves the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA), reviews specific goals and school improvements, monitors the implementation of the Single Plan and of student achievement, assesses strategies currently in place, works with other school-based Advisory groups, and encourages parent, family, and community involvement. The council also provides input into the use of bond monies given to the school for facility upgrades.
- Site Council elections are held each fall. Anyone who is interested in running should look for the School Site Council nomination link that is emailed to parents, students, and staff. Students can also nominate themselves or a classmate with the Activities Director. Parents can be nominated through the Parent Community Involvement Specialist. Finally, nominations are accepted at the first council meeting of each school year in September.
- All agendas and minutes are posted on this webpage for public information and anyone who wishes to come to a council meeting is welcome.
ESUHSD Local Control Accountability PlanTop of Page
Invitation to Participate
The State of California has changed the way it funds schools. Districts, such as East Side Union High School District, are required to gather input from students, teachers, parents, and community members to determine the goals, actions and budget priorities for the district.
The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a three-year plan that is to be reviewed every year. You are invited to participate in a survey (links below – English, Spanish and Vietnamese), as well as by participating in LCAP meetings hosted at each school site.
Dates of the scheduled LCAP meetings can be accessed via the District’s website at www.esuhsd.org. These meetings are an opportunity to review the LCAP and provide input as to how the District can better serve its students toward college and career success. We hope to see you at the LCAP meetings at your site.
Thank you for taking a few moments to complete the survey and provide your input to this process.
- Please take a moment to share your input.
- Tómese un momento para compartir su opinión.
- Vui lòng dành một chút thời gian để chia sẻ ý kiến của bạn.
El Programa de Control y Responsabilidad LocalTop of Page
¡Están invitados a participar!
El estado de California ha cambiado la forma de cómo se distribuirán los fondos en las escuelas. Los distritos como el distrito escolar de East Side Union High School tienen que pedir sugerencias a los alumnos, maestros, padres de familia y la comunidad para determinar las metas, acciones y prioridades en el presupuesto del Distrito.
El Programa de Control y Responsabilidad Local requiere un plan de tres años que tiene que ser renovado cada año. Les invitamos a participar a través de la encuesta adjunta, así como participando en las reuniones de la LCAP que se llevan a cabo en cada escuela
(Por favor encuentre la fecha de la próxima reunión de la LCAP en la página de internet esuhsd.org) Con el fin de revisar el plan y pueda dar sus ideas de cómo mejorar el desempeño académico y futuro de nuestros alumnos.
Esperamos verlos en las reuniones de la LCAP en su escuela.
Gracias por tomar unos minutos para dar sus sugerencias.