2022-2023 February Minutes
Thursday, February 9, 2023
The meeting was called to order at 5:30 PM.
It was held in-person at Glacier Hills Elementary School, 1085 E Galena Drive Sandy, UT 84094
Tyler Smith- President Chair/Parent-present
Lori Salter – Vice Chair/Employee-present
Sarah Heaton – Secretary/Parent-present
Julia Winfree – Principal – present
Sam Knecht – Parent – resigned
Jesse Hennefer – Parent – present
Jamie Uncapher – Employee- Absent (excused)
Stephanie Robbins – Parent-present
Julie Johansen – Parent – present
Michael Price – Employee – present
Katherine Hughes – Parent -present
Hallie Wilkins – Parent – present
Amy Mero – Parent – Absent (excused)
Joey Jorba – resigned
3. Approval of Agenda
Stephanie Robbins motioned to approve the February agenda as presented. Hallie Wilkins seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously
4. Approval of Minutes
Jessie Hennefer motioned to approve January minutes as presented. Stephanie Robbins seconds. The motion passed unanimously.
5. SCC Chair Update and Calendar
No updates at this time
6. Discussion of Removal of a Chair Member
Joey Yorba has resigned as a member of the SCC
We have 10 parents, 5 employees. A quorum is still 8.
7. Safety Drills Report
Julia Winfree wants to do another fire drill. They are still installing Telecenter U before they can do the next drill. The district also wants to be in attendance at that fire drill to see if the new system works well.
8. Review of Councils Stewardship Items
Land Trust and TSSA funds
Both the Land trust funds and the TSSA may seem over or under spent. That is not actually the case as some of the money in one can be rolled over into the other. Overall it should all add up.
Positive Behavior Plans, School Safety plan, and Digital Citizenship
They are excited to start the ‘Thrive Time Plan’ as it will give a framework for a lot of the disparate Behavior plans that they have. It will also clarify some of the existing general behavior expectations.
9. Principals Report and Discussion on TSSP and Land Trust
In summary, there is very encouraging evidence that what they are currently doing is working well. Both the math metrics and reading metrics are seeing marked improvements over all grades. To stay in budget next year, they plan to use 4 interventionists instead of 6. They will be using more tier 1 training. The licenses with ST math and Lexia have been proved to be strong tools and worth the license fees.
Council asked general clarifying questions. The plan was carefully planned and the council had no further recommendations.
There was general appreciation for the emotional support that Glacier Hills is investing in.
10. District Focus Items (if any)
None at this time
11. Member Concerns/Comments
Members had no concerns or comments
12. Agenda For Next Meeting
Tyler Smith motioned to adjourn, motion passed unanimously
Meeting closed at 7:00pm
• March 9th, 2023
Discussion on TSSP, Land Trust plans (should be nearly finalized)
Review Positive Behavior Plan
Discussion on elections and open seats for next year
• April 13th, 2023
TSSP, Land Trust and Positive Behavior plans and signature page due to district on April 11th
Recruiting Booth -Events
• May 11th, 2023