• Site Council

    The Massachusetts Education Reform Act of 1993 mandated the formation of a School Improvement Council at each school in the Commonwealth. The council is composed of teachers, parents, the building administrators and members of the local community. Councils are responsible for assisting the building administrators with adopting educational goals for the schools, identifying the educational needs of students attending the school, reviewing the school’s annual budget, and formulating School Improvement Plans. The School Council’s Improvement Plans are submitted to the School Committee for review and approval each year. The Site Council provides a unique opportunity for parents to become involved in identifying and implementing educational goals that benefit both the children and the respective school community as a whole. 

    The Ashland Preschool site council meets the first Monday of the month from 3:15–4 p.m. during the school year (either virtually or in person).