Jasper Elementary School Advisory Council

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Jasper Elementary School

National BETA Club School of Distinction

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158 Stegall Dr. Jasper, Georgia 30143
   706.253.1730 (Fax) 706.253.1735

  • April 20 Progress Reports
  • May 21 Kindergarten Field Day
  • May 21 1st Awards and Field Day
  • May 22 2nd Field Day and Awards
  • May 22 3rd Awards anf Field Day
  • May 23 4th Field Day and Awards
  • May 23 5th Field Day
  • May 25 Last Day of school
  • May 25 K & 5th Awards
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JES School Advisory Council

Why were School Councils Established?

Georgia’s A+ Education Reform Act of 2000 required that school councils be established at every
public school by October 1, 2003. School councils are policy-level advisory bodies to the Principal,
Superintendent, and local board of education. They may advise and make recommendations on any
matter related to school improvement and student achievement. The purpose of school councils is to
“bring communities and schools closer together in a spirit of cooperation to solve difficult education
problems, improve academic achievement, provide support for teachers and administrators, and bring
parents into the school-based decision-making process.”

Who Serves on a School Council?

The 2007 General Assembly made changes to the school council law that requires parents to be
the majority members. It still, however, allows flexibility in the membership of a school council.
At a minimum, a School Council is composed of seven members:
¾ The Principal
¾ Two certificated teachers elected by the teachers
¾ Four parents (or guardians) elected by the parents; two of the parents must be businesspersons
¾ Two businesspersons, selected according to the school council’s bylaws
The school council may, within its bylaws, increase the number of members as long as the
parents remain the majority. Staff members, students, and members of school-related
organizations such as the PTA/PTO may also be members and are selected according to the
school council’s bylaws. Other businesspersons from the community may serve on the council
as specified in the bylaws. The school council shall select the businesspersons to serve.


More Information on School Councils


JES Advisory Council Members

Dr. David R. Wilds, Principal
Stephanie Hall, Assistant Principal
Allen Wigington, Chairman, Parent
Dr. Jon Wise, Parent, Business Person
Lacey Jones, Certified Teacher
Lisa Hardman, Academic Coach






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