Last Updated: 10/22/2018 7:24 PM

SBDM Members:

Tamara Hoover- Parent

Raquel Hubbard - Parent

Leslie Thomas - Teacher

April Sharpe- Teacher

Matthew Treadway- Principal

Site-based management shifts decision making authority form the central office to the schools. Its efforts to improve school performance through general purpose of the public policy – regulation, mandate, enforcement, and legal action. According to the theory of site-based management, all decisions of educational consequence are to be made at the school.

  • Under the concept of the principal as a site manager, the principal controls school resources and is held accountable for the success of the school.
  • Under the philosophy of lay control, parents control site policy because they are the consumers and care most deeply about policies at schools their children attend.
  • Under school-site policymaking by teachers, teachers form a school-site senate and allocate funds and personnel as well as decide instructional issues. 
  • Under a philosophy of fairness, no one party should control the school entirely. Parents, teachers, and the administration should have parity on a school-site council that reaches agreement through consensus. All factors deserve a place at the table, and the students should prevail.


SBDM Meeting Dates


August 26

September 23

October 28

November 25

December 16 

January 27

February 24

March 23

April 27

May 18