What is a School Leadership Team?
School Leadership Teams (SLTs) are school-based organizations composed of an equal number of parents and staff. They meet at least once a month, and determine the structure for school-based planning and shared decision-making.
SLTs must include as mandatory members: the school principal, the PA/PTA president (or designated co-president) one teacher per grade level, one teacher assistant, community members and a diverse group of parentsf.
SLT role at RRES:
The core responsibility of each SLT is to develop the school’s School Improvement Plan (SIP). SLTs are strongly encouraged to solicit input from various school community constituencies in order to ensure that all voices are heard regarding the needs of students. Functioning in a collaborative manner, SLTs also help to evaluate the effectiveness of the school’s educational programs and their impact on student achievement.
How do I join my school’s SLT?
Parent members of an SLT are nominated by the school’s PA/PTA.
Who can attend SLT meetings? All SLT Meetings are open and non-SLT members are welcome and may participate upon recognition by the Chairperson. The Chairperson will reserve the last 15 minutes of the meeting for observers that submit a written request ahead of time. Dates and times of meetings are published below.
2016-17 School Improvement Plan
SLT Meeting Minutes
February 25 SLT.doc
March 25, 2015
March 25 SLT.docx
SLT notes 9.23.2015.docx
SLT notes 10.21.2015.docx
SLT notes 1.27.2016.docx
SLT notes 2.24.2016.docx
SLT notes 9 28 2016.pdf
SLT notes 11 30 2016.pdf
School Leadership Team Meeting Minutes 1.25.17.pdf
SLT Meeting Minutes 2 22 17.pdf
School Leadership Team Meeting Minutes 3.29.17.pdf
SLT Meetings for 2017-18
September 27th, October 25th, November 29th, January 31st, February 28th,
March 28th, April 25th, May 30th - 3:00 pm in the Media Center