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  • COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEMBERS 2021-22

    Gannon Jones, Principal This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    CoraLee Wayman, Faculty This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
    Bryan Harris, Parent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Jamie Nielson, Parent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Lisle Dewey, Parent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Jeanine Mack, Parent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

     

  • 2021-22 COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

    Thursday, October 21st             3:00 P.M.

    Thursday, November 18th          3:00 P.M.

    Thursday, January 13th              2:00 P.M.

    Thursday, March 10th                3:00 P.M.

    Thursday, May 5th                    3:00 P.M.

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  • Ephraim Elementary School Community Council Invitation to Serve

     

    Serving on the School Community Council

    Serving on our School Community Council is a wonderful way for parents and teachers to contribute and help improve academic performance at our school. The school receives an annual dividend from the school trust lands. Our council decides how these funds will be used.  This year our school received

    $ 92,000 from the School LAND Trust Program. The council reviews and prepares other academic plans for our students each year.  All plans are reviewed for final approval by our school board. Councils also act in an advisory capacity to school and school district administrations.

    Qualifications

    Every public school in Utah has a School Community Council.  The councils are made up of school employees who are elected by employees and parents who are elected by parents of students attending the school.  Membership terms are for two years.  Elections are held at the beginning of each school year.

    Parent members must have a student attending the school at least one of the two years of their term of service.  Employees must be employed by the school district at the school.

    For more information please visit www.schoollandtrust.org .

  • Ephraim Elementary School Community Council Rules of Order and Procedure 2019-20

     

    To promote ethical behavior and civil discourse each council member shall:

    • Attend council meetings on time and prepared
    • Make decisions with the needs of students as the main objective
    • Listen to and value diverse opinions
    • Be sure the opinions of those you represent are included in discussions
    • Expect accountability and be prepared to be accountable
    • Act with integrity

     

    Rules of Procedure:

    All meetings are open to the public and the public is welcome to attend.

    The agenda of each upcoming meeting with draft minutes of the prior meeting will be made available to all council members at least one week in advance, will be posted on the school website and made available in the main office.  The agenda will include the date, time and location of the meeting.

    Minutes will be kept of all meetings, prepared in draft format for approval at the next scheduled meeting.

    The council will prepare a timeline for the school year that includes due dates for all required reporting and other activities/tasks that the council agrees to assume or participate in.  The timeline will assist in preparation of agendas to be sure the council accomplishes their work in a timely manner.

    The council consists of the principal, school employee(s) who is/are elected in odd years, and four parent members, half of whom are elected in even years and half in odd years.  In the event there is a tie vote in an election, the principal shall flip a coin to determine the outcome.  (Size of the council should be determined by the council, but councils are required to consist of the principal, at least one school employee, and at least four parents with a two-parent majority on the council. Elections are required to be staggered)

    The chair conducts the meetings, makes assignments and requests reports on assignments.  In the absence of the chair the vice-chair shall conduct meetings.

    The council must have a quorum to vote.  A quorum is equal to a majority of council members.

    If a parent member is absent from two consecutive meetings, the chair will notify the member that if the member does not attend the next meeting, the council will consider the seat vacant and the remaining parent members will appoint a parent to fill the unexpired term. 

    The council must determine a procedure for a council member to disclose a conflict of interest if required by the local school board.

    Meetings shall be conducted and action taken according to very simplified rules of parliamentary procedure as required in 53G-7-1203(10).  Council actions will be taken by motions and voting with votes and motions recorded in the minutes.

     

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