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Levine Middle College
High School
2728 Campus Ridge Rd
Matthews, NC 28105
Courier #: 443
P: 980-343-9437  |  F: 980-343-2432 
Principal: Joey Burch
LC: Southeast
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 11-12
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School Leadership Team

 

2018 - 19 Meeting Dates/Times:


Wednesday, September 19     10:00AM

Wednesday, October 17          10:00AM

Wednesday, November 28     10:00AM  

Wednesday, January 23          10:00AM

Wednesday, February 27         10:00AM 

Wednesday, April 24               10:00AM

 

 

Parent Representatives:
  

Catherine Bell  (Allison, 13)

Cindy Brinkley  (Sophia, 11)

Lakeesha & Craig Campbell  (Lawrence, 11 and Kyla, 13)

Hilary Cherniss  (Gabe, 11)

Camilla Davisdon Fuller  (Schuyler Fuller, 11)

Kathey Delaney  (connor, 12)

Erin Dennis  (Halle, 11)

Heidi Hannon  (Sam, 13)

Michelle McAlister  (Cassandra, 11)

Deninne Pritchett  (Nya, 11)

                     


Staff Representatives:

 

Joey Burch                       Principal

Krystal Davison                Science Teacher

Brianne Van Lauwe          Counselor                 

Nyla McFadden               English Teacher

 

 Meeting Agendas:

school leadership team 101718.docx

SLT Agenda 9 19 2018.docx



​SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM BASICS 

Facilitates the involvement of the school community in the development of the School Improvement Plan Encourages, supports and creates opportunities for involvement from parents in the community

Contributes to the design of the School Improvement Plan

Monitors the effectiveness of the School Improvement Plan strategies 

Duties of the School Leadership Team 

Although the School Leadership Team is not directly involved in the day-to-day operations of the school, it is involved in a number of tasks that affect the operation of the school.

The School Leadership Team:

Facilitates the development of the School Improvement Plan

Monitors, assesses and amends the School Improvement Plan

Advances policies and procedures that enhance achievement and meet educational, safety and parent involvement goals

Facilitates communication within the professional learning community

Builds the capacity of the school to address parent and staff concerns

Builds the capacity of the school to improve in the following areas:

  High Academic Achievement

  Effective Educators

  Adequate Resources and Facilities

    Safe and Orderly Schools

  World-Class Service

  Strong Parent and Community Relations

Board of Education Superintendent Calendars/Schedules School Safety