The School Site Council (SSC) is an elected body representing parents/guardians, students, community members and school staff in the school governance process. The SSC has a number of important responsibilities, including reviewing and analyzing student achievement data, gathering community input, helping develop the Academic Plan and the school site budget, and monitoring the implementation of the plan and budget. Grattan's SSC meetings are typically held at 3pm on the third Monday of the month and are open to the entire community.
The Grattan School Site Council donned different sets of eye glasses to ascertain what it feels like to look at something through a different lens. It was a quick, fun respite from the important conversations and work we have completed toward building our Balanced Score Card (BSC). The BSC is the district's and school's accountability measure around Equity, Joyful Learning and Keeping Promises to each other as we educate all of our children.