School Improvement Team

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    The School Improvement Team (SIT) is a school-based planning and shared decision making team comprised of 7-10 members, which include 2-3 parents, 3-4 teachers, 1 non-instructional staff person, and the principal. 

    Members serve two-year terms and are elected on a rotating basis, so that there are always new and experienced members working together.  Training for new members is held at the beginning of each school year. The team meets approximately once a month during the school year to plan activities and sponsor events that will support the instructional program and improve our school.

    Click on the attached files for information about this school year's membership, SIT goals, schedule of meetings and meeting minutes. 

    Click here to view the full video presentation, Teaching Our Children to be Digital Leaders by Pam Weaver and Sara Bayerl hosted by the Neil Armstrong School Improvement Team (SIT) for Gates Chili parents of Prekindergarten to 5th grade. This informative talk covered:

    • How can you guide your child to use technology in a healthy, positive way?
    • What are the hidden dangers of technology?
    • Is your child using too much technology?
    • When is it okay for your child to use social media?
    • How should you deal with cyber bullying?

    Pam Weaver is the Deputy Executive Director for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

    Sara Bayerl is a Student Support Specialist from RIT.

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