What's the Role of a School Advisory Council (SAC)?
In Philadelphia, SACs are peer-elected, collaborative teams that work to broaden student opportunity and strengthen family/school engagement in the educational process and school community.
Greenfield SAC Goals and Objectives
- 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.
Who serves on the School Advisory Council?
Interested in joining the Greenfield SAC (School Advisory Council)? SAC is a peer elected group of family members, teachers, staff and principal who work together to make improvements to the school.
Read more about the role of SAC here. Greenfield’s current areas of focus include DEIB and Health and Wellness.
If you are interested in joining SAC, please email email@example.com
Join the Conversation!
SAC has two focus areas: Identity and Inclusion and Health and Wellness. SAC holds monthly meetings. Dates are announced in the HSA newsletter. Questions? Please contact SAC.firstname.lastname@example.org.