Greene Site Council
The Site Council is responsible for establishing and reviewing school goals, and allocating School Improvement Program (SIP) funds received annually from the state for prioritized school improvements. In accordance with State regulations, the Site Council assesses the needs of the school and submits to the Palo Alto Unified School District its plan for use of School Improvement Funds and other school grants and discretionary monies. The Site Council is composed of parents, teachers, and staff, and meets monthly. Meetings are open to all parents and staff members. The Site Council meets once each month, usually the second Tuesday at Greene. Members serve for two years. It is a great opportunity to get to know teachers and parents while gaining a deeper understanding about how our school works.
At the end of each year a final report is written by the Site Council, which assesses the success and effective implementation of the goals of the plan.