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SOT Parent Representative Nomination

AB 394 Parent Voting Information for School Organizational Team

As part of the reorganization of the Clark County School District, our school will be forming our School Organizational Team for the 2019-2020 school year that will include parents and staff members. We will be selecting 3 parents that will be on the team and will be elected by a vote of all the parents here at school if the number interested exceeds that amount. Your input is important to the success of our school and to the students. The role of the parent on the School Organizational Team will be to provide input on the school performance plan, school budget, and to help make suggestions with the whole school in mind, particularly if there is a vacancy for principal.

 

If you are interested in serving as a parent member for the team, please click on the link below and fill in the following information: your name, grade of your student, and describe why you would like to serve on the team. If only three or less than three parents choose to run for a position, then those who did apply will automatically be selected to represent the parent community.

Voting will take place via our school website on September 20, 2019. 

https://forms.gle/BkfZ4byDwR2gxPKY8

What is an SOT?

As prescribed in the law, each school has created a team made up of parents, teachers, support staff, students, and/or community members to assist and advise with many important decisions impacting the school.  The team will be responsible for developing the school’s Strategic Budget and Plan of Operation. Using data to guide key decisions focused on student achievement. 

Who serves on an SOT?

The Team is comprised of voting and non-voting members.

Voting Members:

  • Parents—three to six members selected by voting process of school’s parent organization and representing 50% of the voting members (if no parent organization exists, principal will lead selection process)

  • Licensed Staff—two to four will be selected by staff in a process developed by the association

  • Non-Licensed Staff—one to two selected by staff in a process developed by the association

Non-Voting Members:

  • School Principal

  • Student Representative (secondary schools only)

  • Community Member (optional)

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