• Galileo School Site Council

    Welcome to Galileo's SSC. We invite you to attend our meetings. Please get involved; we need your input!

    If your are interested in attending or need more information, please contact Karin Lau at 415 749-3430, x3229 or email her at lauk@galileoweb.org

    You can read more about School Site Councils on the SFUSD web site.

  • Meeting Dates (2013-2014)

    Meetings begin at 3:30 and are held in Room 210.

    November 13, 2013
    December 11, 2013
    January 8, 2014
    February 12, 2014
    March 12, 2014
    April 9, 2014
    May 14, 2014

  • Meeting Minutes

  • ROLES OF THE SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL

    A School Site Council must be established at all SFUSD schools. The elected members of the SSC represent parents, students, community members,and school staff in school governance. By state law, the SSC must oversee the site-based budgeting of categorical funds.

    In SFUSD, the SSC plays a broader role in developing the Strategic Plan and overall school site budget. The SSC is expected to: 1. Review and analyze student data; 2. Solicite community input; 3. Assist the principal in developing the Strategic Plan and school site budget; 4. Monitor the implementation and effectiveness of the Strategic Plan on an ongoing basis; 5. Approve the Strategic Plan and school site budget before it is submitted to the District for final review and approval.

  • MEMBERSHIP COMPOSITION

    The elected membership is:
    • Principal - Marcus Blacksher
    • 4 Classroom Reps - Stan DeBella, Jonathan Ring, Jacqueline Peters, Loan ly
    • Alternate -
    • 1 Non-Classroom Rep - Bettie Grinnell
    • Alternate -
    • 3 Parents - Mele Lau, Jim Fong,
    • 3 Students - Rebecca Borja, Cyrus Quan, Gavin Chan
    • Alternate -
  • ROLE OF THE SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SAC)

    The SAC gives input for the federally funded State Compensatory Education program. This provided supplemental funds to meet the needs of students who score at Basic and Below Basic regardless of the family's economic condition. The funds are provided to raise student achievement levels.
  • ROLE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (ELAC)

    The ELAC is funded through the State and provides services for Limited English Proficient (LEP) students. These funds are provided to ensure equal educational opportunities for limited and non-English speaking students.