SCC Meetings will be held the first Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm.
- November 3, 2016
- December 1, 2016
- January 5, 2017
- February 2, 2017
- March 2, 2017
|Melanie Ridgeway||[email protected]||801-735-1821||Chair (Parent)|
|Julie Burnside||[email protected]||801-505-3907||Vice Chair (Employee)|
|Michelle Lloyd||[email protected]||801-610-8477||Principal / Director|
|Gina Jackson||[email protected]||801-471-8900||Secretary|
|Stephanie Whyte||[email protected]||Parent|
|Lorianne Dru||[email protected]||Parent|
|Maytina Shank||[email protected]||Parent|
|McKenzie Manning||[email protected]||Parent|
Agenda. The chairperson, with input from other educational stakeholders, will prepare the agenda for each School Community Council Meeting. Meeting Participation. All meetings of the Council shall be open to the public and they shall be permitted to take part in discussions. The Council shall be obligated to take under advisement issues, ideas, and the prevailing feeling of such public discussions. Only Council members shall be permitted to vote on any matter committing the Council to a particular course of action. Rules of Conduct. All meetings shall be conducted in accordance with Robert’s Rules of Order, current edition. Discussions shall be limited to the official business of the Alpine Online School Community Council. A person must be recognized by the Chair or designee in order to be heard and shall be given sufficient time to express his/her opinion. Council members, and the public, are expected to express their opinion in a respectful and civil way. In the interest of conserving meeting time, groups desiring to be heard on agenda items should request recognition before the start of the meeting and shall be represented by a spokesperson. The Chair or designee shall control the latitude of discussions. Ethical Behavior. Alpine Online School Community Council members should demonstrate conduct that follows generally recognized professional standards. Council Members should avoid conduct that seriously impairs the Council member’s ability to function in his or her Council position or conduct that is detrimental to the health, welfare, discipline, or morals of the students they serve. (Example: inappropriate language, physical altercations, etc.). Conflict of Interest. Council members to whom some private benefit may come as a result of a Council action must publicly declare a conflict of interest, and follow the recommendation of the Council on participation in the action. The benefit may be either direct or indirect; create a material personal gain; or provide an advantage for self, relations, friends, or groups or associations of loyalty. Membership in an association is not of itself a conflict of interest unless it prevents an objective consideration of pertinent information during Council discussion and deliberation. The member is not to discuss a matter in which he/she has a conflict of interest with another Council member. The Council must decide the level of participation for a Council member who has a conflict of interest. The levels of participation are described as: 1) full participation; 2) no voting on issues of conflict; or 3) the Council suggests that the member withdraw from participating in the presentation, discussion or vote.