Community Council Information


Schedules & Minutes

Meetings are held in room 220 at 3:30 pm


**All meetings are open to the public & greater school community.

Council Members

  • President – Klea Marchant
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  • Parent – Brandon Cleverly
  • Parent – Angie Matheson
  • Parent – Jenny Jones
  • Parent – Misti Cain
  • Parent – Deven Mcdonald
  • Parent – Kristin Sullivan
  • Parent – Shelia Butterfield
  • Parent – Tammy Brinkerhoff
  • Parent – Marilla Garcia
  • Parent – Danielle Squires
  • Parent – Richard Norman
  • Parent – Ouynh Wall
  • Parent – Warren Butterfield
  • School Employee – Paula Haws
    • paula.haws@washk12.org
  • School Employee – Nikki Salay
    • nikki.salay@washk12.org
  • Principal – Rusty Taylor
    • rusty.taylor@washk12.org

Council Responsibilities

  • Review school U-PASS data. U-PASS is a series of student tests.  Councils should review group results but individual data should not be shared. Other assessments may also be reviewed
  • Develop a School Improvement Plan
  • Develop a School LAND Trust Plan
  • Participate in the development of the Professional Development Plan
  • Advise the school administration on local school issues
  • Provide an opportunity for issues of concern in the community to be presented to the school administration

Elections for the Community Council take place each year in August. This is one of the many ways that we encourage our school community to become involved in the education process.


CCHS Trustlands Funding Summary

2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 2022-2023 2023-2024
$89,389 $ $ $ $

Final Report Summary 2019-2020

Why a Community Council?

Our School Community Council is primarily responsible for the creation of our School LAND Trust Plan. This plan is created annually by analyzing our school testing data to determine the greatest academic need. The money our school receives from the School LAND Trust fund is allocated according to our plan. Over the years our school has purchased technology to support student learning, books for our leveled library, math manipulatives, science materials, and we’ve been able to hire additional personnel to support targeted learning in small groups. Our school is grateful for the School LAND Trust program and the opportunity we have as a school to allocate the funds to support our targeted and specific needs. The Council assists with school improvement, and make decisions on how to best spend the Trust LANDS funding. More information regarding the work of the Council and the current plan can be found by visiting the School LAND Trust Website: http://www.schoollandtrust.org/

Rules-and-Procedures

Contact Us

4430 S Crimson Cliffs Way
Washington, Utah 84780

T: 435-634-7015
F: 435-627-8770

Registrars Fax: 435-627-8252

 

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Run As One!

 

Learning through Guidance

and Growth

CCHS Mission Statement

Why the Mustangs?

Wild mustangs have roamed the American West for hundreds of years. Mustangs are proud, strong, and intelligent, yet their survival and safety is dependent on the herd. The herd works together to fight off any danger and separate herds will even join together to fight and run as one large herd. Just like the wild mustangs of the American West, the Crimson Cliffs High School Mustang Herd is strong, proud and intelligent; but it also works together to support each other in the classroom, on the stage, on the field, and in the community. We are only successful together, in The Herd, where despite our differences we Run As One!