Shared Decision Making
Shared Decision-Making (SDM)
The Shared Decision-Making Plan:
Our plan broadens representation, provides expanded opportunity for ownership, expands the areas open for shared decision-making, makes the process more democratic, and ultimately enables each student to reach his/her potential.
How often do the Councils meet?
Councils generally meet once a month. Meeting times and dates are determined collaboratively by the members of each council to ensure opportunity for participation by all.
How to get involved?
Fill out a short application to be considered for the Shared Decision-Making Committee in your child's building.
Parents are invited to collaborate
and make a difference for ALL students.
The district has multiple councils and committees that plan, implement, monitor and evaluate decisions directly related to improving student achievement, as well as students’ physical, social and emotional well-being.