Shared Decision Making Atmosphere
The shared decision making process creates an atmosphere where decision making is collegial and fosters an exchange of ideas and information necessary for effective professional practice and for an improved educational process. It provides opportunities for each learning community to make critical decisions, positively impacting student performance.
Who is Involved?
Parents, School Employees (Teachers and Non-Teachers), Principals and Community Members.
Improvement of student achievement, building professional Learning Communities, School Accountability Plan, allocation of undesignated tax credit monies, and much more!
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Kathy Sisler- Principal
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Adam Norzagaray - Teacher
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Linda Schmid - Teacher
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Elsa Vega - Teacher
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Machelle Redlin - Parent/teacher
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Holly Luganob - Teacher
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Brandee Hudson- Community Liaison
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Elizabeth Fleming- Community Member
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