Community Council We invite all parents to consider joining our School Community Council.  By doing so, You can directly influence how school funds are spent and help us make our great school even better. 

Meeting Schedule:

Next Meeting: October 20th at 3:00 (DATE AND TIME WILL BE ADJUSTED TO MATCH BESD Community Council Training

What is the School Community Council?

Duties of the Community Council include the following:

  • Monitor Implementation of the School Land trust Plan

  • Required data discussion to determine greatest academic needs

  • Consult with principal on teacher and student success Plan

  • Align upcoming year school land trust plan to fulfill the greatest academic needs

  • Digital citizenship and school safety -- ensure digital training and implement safety plan.  

What is the School Land Trust Program?

School Trust Lands were granted by the United States to each state joining the union. When Utah entered the union it was granted four sections (a section is one square mile of land) per township. Beginning in 2000, by state law every public school in the district established a School Community Council at the school level (Utah Code. Section 53A-1a-108).

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What are school trust lands and community councils?
How can pta support trust lands and community councils?

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gendas and Minutes

click for: Rules of order and procedure

Previous Year Report/Mid Year Report

2019-2020 Final School Land Trust Report

​School Land Trust End of year report 2019-2020 Report
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Attached is our School Trust Land report for the previous year.  The School Land Trust is money allocated to our school by the state. This money is used under the direction of our school Community Council.  This is a group of parents and teachers that meet together with the principal to give input on school goals and decide how the money is spent each year.  This money is called School Land Trust money.  

Last year we were allocated $69,051.  We spent money on the following items:
$ 62,000 we will spend on our paras for reading and math.  
$ 10,000 for Beverly Taylor Sorensen Arts Learning Grant for Music class.
$ 1,200 for Story works, a weekly reader program for students.
$ 1,150 for Read Naturally Live, an online reading intervention.
$ 8,000 for Chromebooks

2021-2022 Mid Year plan update
To achieve our goals this year, we have been allocated  $86,140 and are using our money for the 2020-2021 school year with some additions:
$75,617 we will spend on our paras for reading and math.  
$ 10,000 for Beverly Taylor Sorensen Arts Learning Grant for Music class.
$ 1,150 for Read Naturally Live, an online reading intervention.


ALL OF THIS INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE AT THE SCHOOL FOR FAMILIES THAT DO NOT HAVE INTERNET ACCESS, and was sent home in the newsletter.  ​

School Plans

Click for: 2020-2021 School Land Trust Plan
Select "Box Elder" 
"Three Mile Creek" 
"2020-2021 Current School Plan"
"Yearly Report"

Click for: ​Teacher student success Plan

Click for: Three Mile Creek Safe Routing Plan

Community Council Members

Council Member

Title

Principal

Teacher

Teacher

Parent (Chair)

Parent

Parent

Parent (Co-Chair)

Parent

Serving until

Ongoing

2022

2023

2023

2022

2023

2022

2023