The purpose of the School Governance Council is to provide parents, school staff, and
community members with a leadership role in the management of the school.
The School Governance Council is a governing body that is representative of the
community and the school, but operates under the control and management of the
Board of Education. The Council is responsible for making decisions regarding the
strategic direction of the school including:
a.) Approve the school strategic plan and updates.
b.) Approve the annual budget and annual resource allocations
c.) Manage the Request for Flexibility process
d.) Participate in hiring the principal (in the case of a vacancy)
e.) Provide annual feedback on principal performance.
View the School Governance Council flyer
Strategic Plan Overview MPE 2016-2019.docx
Requests for Flexibility: APPROVED
Mountain Park’s School Governance Council proposed to renew our Requests for Flexibility or RFFs for 2017-2018. The RFF proposals were public documents describing a school’s requested waiver(s) from district and/or state law or policy in order to implement a strategic effort within the school. Please see the linked slide to view the Strategic Plan Initiatives and how the proposed RFFs support that work. All of our Requests for Flexibility for 2017-2018 were approved. Any questions can be emailed directly to the School Governance Council’s Parliamentarian and Secretary, Pamela Haight at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 RFF Documents:
Mountain Park Elementary School - Strategic Plan 2013.pdf Request for Flexibility Approval Letter
Course Plan for Release Days.pdf
Release Days for Professional Learning Initiative Action Plan.pdf
RFF Full Day Release.pdf
RFF Schoolwide Enrichment Model.pdf
Schoolwide Enrichment Initiative Action Plan.pdf
Please Note: The Mountain Park ES School Governance Council welcomes and encourages
citizens to attend its meetings to become better acquainted with the
programs of Mountain Park
Elementary School and the role of the School
Governance Council. The meetings are open
to the public, but are not
public meetings. Citizens are welcome to attend the meetings, but
refrain from interrupting or distracting the Council proceedings. For
those of you wishing to provide comments, there is 20-minute time frame
allotted on the agenda. The sign-up sheet will be by the door. Each
member of the public will have 2 minutes to speak at which time we will
ask you to have a seat to allow others to speak. The Public Comment
period is designed to gain input from the public and not for immediate
responses by the Council to the public comments presented.
At the end of
the 20 minutes we will close public comment and move on to the next
If there are questions or information that you have for the
Council, you may also contact one or more of the Council members after