• School Site Council

    The School Site Council plays an important role in decision-making at Martin Elementary School. The School Site Council makes decisions and advise the principal on the school budget and the academic or school improvement plan. School Site Council also helps in making decisions about parent engagement, safety and discipline. The School Site Council is composed of five parents and five staff members. The staff members on school site council include three teachers, the principal, and one other staff members voted on by the staff. They work together with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets. The members of the site council are elected by their peers. For example, parents elect the parent representatives and teachers elect teachers. School Site Council meets in Room 14 according to the posted schedule.

     

     

     

    English Learner Advisory Committee-

    Parents of English Learners work together to provide input to School Site Council in the areas of programs and services for English Learners and attendance.

     

     

    Our TOSA- Teacher on Special Assignment

    A certificated staff member who helps kids and families with “Attendance, Attitude and Achievement.” Ms. George is our Teacher on Special Assignment. She oversees the SST process and provides information for parents about various community resources. Ms. George also coordinates parent programs and services.

     

     

    Health and Wellness

    SAUSD provides information on heath, wellness and nutrition. If you have questions, please inquire in the office, or visit the district web page at this link: Nutrition Services  and Health Services


     

    Criando Ninos Altamente Capaces/Raising Highly Capable Children

     A team of volunteer parents is trained to facilitate these very popular workshops, about how to give our students the academic and social skills needed to succeed by cultivating a supportive home environment. This course runs for 12 weeks.
     
    Padres Unidos
    Padres Unidos is a group in our community that offer classes to support parents. This year, we have classes every Tuesday after from 8:15-10:15 called "School Readiness", which supports parents and their pre-kinder children, in order to prepare young students to be prepared for kindergarten.

    Any parents interested in receiving more information about any of our Parent Education programs, please speak to Karah George, in Room 14 or call (714) 480-8008.

Last Modified on November 6, 2018