The School Site Council (SSC) will be meeting this Wednesday at 8:00 AM. This is a public meeting OPEN to the Roosevelt IB Community. We appreciate your input in our School-Home Partnership and welcome you to review the 11/18/20 SSC Agenda. To join the SSC Meeting, please CLICK: https://sandiegounified.zoom.us/j/83263366951.
School Site Council Update: Thank You to our New SSC Parent Volunteers!
THANK YOU to the Parents who expressed interest in serving on our School Site Council. Ultimately, Principal Steinberger received confirmations from two Parents for the two openings. We welcome Rosalba Barragan and John Byard to our SSC Team!! Both are Parents of 7th Graders at Roosevelt IB MS.
Rosalba Barragan works for SDUSD and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Neighborhood House Association as well as the Region 9 and the National Head Start Associations. She is passionate about education and early childhood education and thinks that it is vital that all children, no matter their background and socioeconomic standing, to obtain the best education and services we can possibly provide.
John Byard works for Young Life, a non-profit organization, and focuses his time and energy mentoring college students and starting new Young Life programs in colleges in the Southwestern United States. He coaches for North Park Little League, encouraging many Roosevelt IB Students to play. As a small-business owner in the South Park-North Park neighborhood, he helped launch the annual SoNo Fest & Chili Cook-Off that raises funds for RMS Feeder School McKinley Elementary.
The Roosevelt IB School Site Council (SSC) is a decision-making group comprised of parents, community members, site administrators, teachers and other staff. The SSC has an ongoing responsibility to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate the site plan. The SSC also oversees all the categorical funds such as Title I, Second Language and GATE.
Roosevelt IB School Parent Compact 2020-2021, which has been jointly developed with parents, outlines how parents, the entire school staff and students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. This Compact describes specific ways the school and families will partner to help students achieve the state’s high academic standards.
School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) identifies and addresses the instructional needs of students and specifies how categorical funds provided through the Consolidated Application will be used to accomplish the goals outlined in the plan.