Overview of Team Members and Responsibilities

How to Form SOTs_Segment 1_SOT_Overview.mp4

Responsibilities

02-School Organizational Team Overview 2017-18.pdf

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  • Meet monthly while school is in session.
  • Provide assistance and advice to the principal of the school to develop the plan of operation, which includes the school budget and the School Performance Plan.
  • Provide continued assistance and advice to the principal of the school in carrying out the Plan of Operation.
  • Assist in the discussion of any additional authority to be transferred to the schools to carry out responsibilities.
  • Assist with the selection of the next principal whenever a vacancy occurs in the position of principal for the school.

Members

Possible Compositions for SOT Membership:

  • Voting members: licensed staff, education support professionals, parents/legal guardians
  • Non-voting members: principal, student (at the secondary level), community member(s)
  • The principal decides how many licensed staff will serve on the Team (between 2 and 4 members) based on school needs. This determines how many educational support professionals and parents will serve on the Team. The number of parents/guardians on the Team will equal the combined total number of licensed staff and education support professionals.
      • If 2-3 licensed staff are on the Team, the Team will include 1 education support professional.
      • If 4 licensed staff are on the Team, the Team will include 2 education support professionals.