The purpose of the School Governance Council is to provide parents, school staff, and community members with a leadership role in the management of the school. The School Governance Council is a governing body that is representative of the community and the school, but operates under the control and management of the Board of Education. The Council is responsible for making decisions regarding the strategic direction of the school including:
a.) Approve the school strategic plan and updates
Elections 2019 Candidates:
Roswell High School will be electing representatives to serve on the School Governance Council. We will be electing parent/guardian positions and teacher positions for our spring election. Our School Governance Council has a leadership role in the governance of the school. The Council works with the principal in setting the long-term vision and strategy for the school. They are responsible for approving the school’s strategic plan and budget recommendations, as well as designing innovative solutions to increase academic achievement and meet the unique needs of our school community.
Elections for the parent/guardian and teacher positions on the School Governance Council will be held March 11th – March 18th. Candidates interested in running for an elected position on the Council must complete a candidate declaration form and submit by February 20th.
Parent Representative Candidates:
Darlene Trigg: I have girl/boy twins that have attended a Fulton County School since first grade. Currently they are 8th grade students at Crabapple Middle School. I have raising 9th grade twins that will attend Roswell High School for the next four years. I’ve had the honor and pleasure of serving on a School Governance Council (SGC) at Heards Ferry Elementary School located in Sandy Springs as well as Crabapple Middle School. For 10 1/2 years I served as the Fulton Education Foundation’s (the non profit organization that raises money to support students and faculty in Fulton County Schools) executive director. I am a passionate mom and an incredible advocate of public education. I am asking for your vote to allow me to serve as a SGC parent representative. Thank you for your consideration.
Khalilah Williams: I seek to become a member of the School Governance Council because I recognize the vital importance of effective communication and participation of parents, school staff and community leaders to improve student achievement in the efforts to educate our children. It is imperative that we work together. With regards to formal education, I have earned a Master’s and Specialist degree in School Guidance Counseling. Also, I have earned a Doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership. Professionally, my experience includes being a school guidance counselor and, subsequently, a School Test Chairperson for eleven years before choosing to take some time to raise my three sons. It is extremely important that all stakeholders in the educational process provide input to the Principal regarding major decisions or recommendations as it relates to school improvement. When we work together to make these potentially life changing decisions for our children, all participants in the educational process are sure to benefit. I believe that with my professional experience as well as my experience as a parent, I will be able to provide a well rounded perspective in these decision making procedures.
Teacher Representative Candidate:
Laura Hunter: As an alumnus of Roswell High School and someone who grew up in Roswell, I feel strongly about helping all students at this school succeed to their full potential. This year is my 14th year teaching in Fulton County and I have taught many diverse classes and students from sheltered ESOL Biology to TAG Directed Studies. With these teaching experiences combined with serving on the School Governance Board for the past 2 years, I feel like I have a strong understanding of the needs and goals of this school. I would like to continue to give back to the Roswell High School Community by serving on the School Governance Board.
Valerie Pettit: Having taught here since 1997, I have long considered RHS to be family. In my years here, I have taught a range of classes – from Honors 10th Literature to Small Group 9th Algebra. As different as these students have been over the years, they also have many similarities. For most of these students, a sense of community is as important as academics. I want to continue to help RHS be a place where all students feel they can succeed and belong. I want to help RHS be a place where teachers and staff continue to feel supported. I also want to help RHS be a place where all parents and families feel welcome. RHS is already a special place, and I would like to be a part of keeping it that way as our students, school, and Roswell continue to change.
SGC 2019 Election Schedule :
Feb 4-20: Candidate Declarations
Feb 25-3/8: Candidate declarations are posted
March 11-18: Parents/Teachers voting period
March 21: Runoffs
March 27: Results shared
Interested in more information on the School Governance Council and the Election Process: SGC Elections explanation video
Requests for Flexibility:
2018-2019 Roswell High School SGC Members
School Governance Council Committees
Budget & Finance Committee
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December 12, 2019: Agenda
April 24, 2019: Agenda
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