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What is a Local School Council (LSC)?

Chicago Public Schools have Local School Councils (LSC) which are responsible for three main duties:

  1. Approving how school funds and resources are allocated
  2. Developing and monitoring the annual Continuous Improvement Work Plan (CIWP)
  3. Evaluating and selecting the school’s principal

Who makes up the LSC?
Local School Councils in elementary schools are made up of 12 voting members: the principal, two teachers, six parents, one non-teacher staff, and two community members. LSC members are elected every two years in the spring and serve a two-year term beginning July 1st. Parent and community representatives are elected by other parents and members of the school community; teachers are elected by other teachers in the school.

Incoming LSC members must complete an 18-hour training program that includes courses on budgets; roles and responsibilities of policy makers; principal selection, evaluation and retention; and development of of the Continuous Improvement Work Plan.

2016 – 2018 LSC Members: names link to LSC members’ email addresses

Principal — Mauricio Segovia

Parent Representatives

Community Representatives

Teacher/Staff Representatives

To find out more please visit the CPS website.

2017 Meeting Minutes

-September 6th

-October 4th

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