SBDM

Let Your Voice Be Heard and Help Make Decisions That Affect Your Kids!

Goldsmith Elementary is currently accepting nominations for a parent representative to serve a two year term on the School Based Decision Making Council (SBDM) at our school. The SBDM Council has the responsibility of setting school policies, which shall provide an environment to enhance the students’ achievement and to help the school meet its educational goals. The SBDM also helps with a wide range of decisions including curriculum and faculty/staff hiring. SBDM representatives are required to attend monthly meetings and participate in a training session (six-hours for a new members/three-hours for an experienced member).

Any parent/guardian with a child attending Goldsmith during the 2020-2021 school year is eligible to run for SBDM. Additionally, eligible parents cannot be an employee nor a relative of an employee of Goldsmith nor the JCPS administrative office(s). SBDM council members cannot be a JCPS board member, nor a board member’s spouse, nor have a business interest with the district nor Goldsmith. Parent council members will need to submit to a national and state fingerprinted criminal background check and also submit a letter from the Cabinet for Health and Family Services stating the member has no findings of substantiated child abuse or neglect through a background check of child abuse and neglect records.

If you would like to nominate yourself or another candidate for Goldsmith Elementary School’s SBDM, please send the following information to SarahLHong@gmail.com by Saturday, August 29. A virtual election will be held via online form the week of August 31.

1. Name of Parent/Guardian being nominated.

2. Name(s) of Goldsmith Student(s)

3. Brief bio that completes this statement: I believe this person is an ideal candidate, because (list qualifications)…

4. Contact Information

THANK YOU!

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