Local School Improvement Council Meetings Announced
Local School Improvement Councils (LSIC) of all Berkeley County Schools will present their reports to the Board of Education in regional meetings to be held in each of the four county high schools. LSIC’s are required by state code and are comprised of teachers, service personnel, parents, and business and community members. Each council supports their school by being involved in the strategic planning, idea generation, collaboration and recommendations around school academics, discipline, school climate, facilities, school improvement and needs.
By Berkeley County Schools’ procedure, LSIC’s should provide annual updates and recommendations to the Board in a regional format consisting of all schools in the high school feeder pattern. These will be held according to the following schedule:
Tuesday, January 21st, 5:30 pm: Hedgesville Region, Hedgesville HS Auditorium
Schools included : Tomahawk Intermediate; Hedgesville Elementary; Hedgesville Middle; Hedgesville High
Tuesday, February 18th, 5:30 pm: Spring Mills Region, Spring Mills HS Auditorium
Schools included : Bedington Elementary; Potomack Intermediate; Spring Mills Primary; Marlowe Elementary; Spring Mills Middle and Spring Mills High.
Monday, March 16th, 5:00 pm: Martinsburg Region, Martinsburg HS Auditorium
Schools included : Berkeley Heights Elementary; Burke Street Elementary; Eagle School Intermediate; Opequon Elementary; Orchard View Intermediate; Rosemont Elementary; tuscarora Elementary; Winchester Avenue Elementary; Martinsburg High; Martinsburg North Middle and Martinsburg South Middle.
Monday, April 13th, 5:00 pm: Musselman Region, Musselman HS Auditorium
Schools included : Back Creek Valley Elementary; Bunker Hill Elementary; Gerrardstown Elementary; Inwood Primary; Mountain Ridge Intermediate; Mill Creek Intermediate; Valley View Elementary; Musselman High; Musselman Middle; Mountain Ridge Middle.
LSIC presentations are open to the public. The regular Berkeley County Board of Education will follow these LSIC presentations.