What is the Role of a School Advisory Council?
A School Advisory Council (SAC) is a peer elected, collaborative team that works to improve student achievement and parent and community engagement in the educational process.
SAC vs HSA
- Support the mission of Greenfield as a neighborhood public school that fosters rigorous academics and mindful students in an engaged, diverse, environmentally-conscious community
- Discuss the school action plan, budget, parent school compact and parent involvement policy
- Provide input and recommendations
- Design and develop programs and initiatives with a focus on: improving school climate and culture, strengthening the health and well-being of Greenfield, and supporting student success.
2019-2020 SAC Meeting Minutes
Who serves on the School Advisory Council?
Greenfield’s School Advisory Council (SAC) is a collaborative team composed of the school principal, teachers, school-based staff, parents, students (for schools with grades 7 – 12), and community members. Please refer to the SAC Bylaws for more details on serving on SAC.
2019-2020 SAC Members
Principal Dan Lazar
Charles Barrett Adams, Parent
Nora Bergsten, Parent
Mikki Brownell, 1st Grade
Aimee Dietrich, 4th Grade
Manny Figueroa, Parent
Greg Glasheen, 5th Grade
Liza Herzog, Parent, Co-Facilitator
Julie Kaeli, Parent, Co-Facilitator
Carina Laguzzi, Parent
Kristin McKenna, HSA President
John Neary, 8th Grade
Brooke Silvers, 7th Grade
Megan Taylor, 1st Grade
Octavia Tokley, Lower School Science
2019-2020 Meeting Schedule
Join a SAC Committee
SAC has established three committees listed below. These committees are open to Greenfield parents/staff members. To join a SAC committee, please contact SAC.firstname.lastname@example.org.