The School Improvement Council (SIC) is an advisory council to the principal and school that discusses issues related to school improvement. The council is made up of the principal (who is the ex-officio), parents, teachers, community leaders, and students. The objective is to create goals closely aligned to the school's 5 year plan and to create an "Annual Report to Parents" that must be published on the state website for School Improvement Council. The RS-M High School's SIC meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 5:00 pm, but meetings are subject to change.
School Improvement Council (SIC) is a broad- based advisory body made up of a variety of members of the school's community. SICs work with principals and other educators to meet the needs of the school and the student body. Council representatives work toward excellence.
*Provides input into the development of their school's Five-Year Improvement Plan
*Set annual goals to support successful implementation of the Five-Year Plan
*Monitor and report on progress toward SIC and school goals
*Write and publish the annual SIC Report to the Parents
*Work with the principal in writing the narrative for the annual SC School Report Card
SICs provide additional insight, unique perspective, and vital assistance to educators and students in helping schools reach their achievement goals.
Repeated research has demonstrated that family and community engagement in schools lays the groundwork for improved student achievement, post-secondary school success, better student behavior, and increased appreciation and support of educational professionals.
OFFICERS/REPRESENTATIVES FOR THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR
Principal (Ex-Officio): Dr. KaRon Webb
Parent Representative: Sandra Mason
Parent Representative: Robin Kinard
Teacher Representative: Monica JonesTeacher Representative: Herb McElvainTeacher Representative: Frances Coleman
Community Representative: Mayor, Patsy Asbill
Community Representative: Rev. Vollie Gibbs
Student Representative: Morgan Berry
Student Representative: Elvie McDowell