How do I get involved?


Site Council meetings are open to the public and our school community members are encouraged to attend. The voting members of the MME SC are made up of parents and a variety of school staff--both certificated and classified. Each year voting member positions open and an election is held. We encourage you to come and see school governance in action.

Download a PDF copy of the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)



Corina Galicia, Parent
Lupita Hernandez, Parent
Kelly Heung, Parent
Patricia Lara, Paraeducator, Classified Rep
Jen McNeil, Principal
Michelle Secrest, Chairperson, Parent
Ramona Torres, Teacher, Certificated Rep

Erika Strand, Alternate Parent Rep


The Marguerite Montgomery Elementary Site Council is charged with the ongoing and comprehensive review of the educational program at the school as well as the allocation and use of supplemental funds.

To that end, the MME Site Council shall review the existing program at the site and bring together all members of the school community to collaboratively chart a course of on-going school improvement that will strengthen and improve instruction and learning for all students, with a priority for English Learners, students with low Socio Economic Status, and Foster and Homeless youth.

The MME SC shall strive to thoughtfully reflect the school community's broad diversity and create a vital forum open to all segments of the school community.

Allocating revenue is a major task for the site council. These funds provide for staffing and program development, such as school counseling, specialized instructional teachers, an increase in para-educators in math and reading, books for the library, supplies for math and reading, and general classroom materials.

Meeting Time and Dates


Meetings are held at 4:30 p.m.
  • September 19, 2018
  • October 17, 2018
  • November 7, 2018
  • December 19, 2018
  • January 23, 2019
  • February 20, 2019
  • No March Meeting
  • April 17, 2019
  • May 22, 2019

SSC Goals

  • Identify and implement curriculum and instructional practices that result in strong core academic programs for all students
  • Build trust and partnerships among parents, school and district staff, school board and students
  • Advocate for students to the School Board and the broader community
  • Encourage and enhance parent involvement
  • Develop a school plan that reflects a vision for the future and the challenges of the present