School Improvement Program

What is School Site Council?Top of Page

The School Site Council  is an elected group of parents, teachers, students and staff working together to improve our school site's educational programs.

School Site Councils were developed in response to California law to develop and oversee the school plan.

The San Dieguito Academy School Site Council is also responsible for keeping abreast of legislative changes affecting education and advising the administration on important campus issues.
Site Council Include:
  • Achievement Data
  • Tutoring Center Program
  • Student Support Services
  • Career Technical Education
  • Advancement via Individual Determination (AVID)
  • Curriculum support materials and services
  • Community information, school website and newsletter
  • Technology
How can you Participate?
Parent and student elections are held annually in the fall.  Self-nominations may be made by contacting the principal's secretary, Lois Delanty, at  You must be an elected member in order to participate in the meetings, however, anyone interested may attend Site Council meetings.
Dates for the 2018-19 meetings are not determined yet.  Please check back.

GoalsTop of Page

The goal of the School Site Council is to support the Single Plan for Student Achievement and to educate all students in an environment that is safe, drug-free, and conducive to learning.