School Advisory Council
6611 Country Club Middle School
Verified EESAC Meeting Minutes for: 03/01/2016 04:30 PM
Please contact the school for a formatted hard copy of these minutes.
Recording Secretary: Mrs. Curry-Coffee
Location of meeting: Country Club Middle School - Media Center
Was a quorum established? Yes
Was the meeting advertised? Yes, 02/19/2016
Fernandez, Jose (Principal)
Heras, Alejandro (Union Steward)
Cannon, Claudette (Teacher)
Covone, Gina (Teacher)
Curry Coffee, Nicole (Teacher)
Hankins, Steven (Teacher)
Leon, Erika (Teacher)
Anne, Knight (Alternate Teacher/Paraprofessional)
Javed, Elba (Educational Support Employee)
Pino, Marisol (Alternate Educational Support)
Bachli, Ingrid (Parent)
Fernandez, Yenitza (Parent)
Mitchel, Michelle (Parent)
Nodarse, Francis (Parent)
Perera-Acosta, Alba (Parent)
Rubio, Sandra (Parent)
Thomas, Carol (Parent)
Medina, Susana (Alternate Parent)
Ulpiz, Kayla (Student)
Coffee, Nasir (Alternate Student)
Drubi, Agustin (Business/Community Representative)
Perez, Zulema (Business/Community Representative)
Rodriguez, Evelyn (Business/Community Representative)
Members Absent (Excused):
No one had an excused absence.
Members Absent (Unexcused):
No one had an unexcused absence.
No one else was present.
Country Club Middle School
EESAC Meeting – March 1, 2016
The meeting commenced on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 4:30 PM by EESAC chairperson Ms. E. Leon. The first item on the agenda was the review and approval of the minutes from the previous meeting. Ms. E. Leon read the minutes, Ms. Covone motioned to approve the minutes pending two (2) grammatical corrections to be made and Ms. Rodriguez second the motion; hence, minutes were approved.
The second item on the agenda was presented by Ms. Jeffrey as it entails to the School Improvement Plan (SIP). An Instructional Review team visited Country Club Middle School in February and a plan was developed to address certain areas. EESAC will receive a copy of the Instructional Review plan. As it pertains; the Math department will focus on teacher attendance. The science department will focus on rotation strategies geared for the eighth grade class to review grades 6 – 8 benchmarks. This rotation lab will be located in the music room. In addition, they will offer a Saturday academy to reinforce benchmarks. The Social Sciences department will conduct a review academy on Saturdays, starting April 9 and continuing on to the first week in May.
Ms. Jeffrey presented the last item on the agenda. She proceeded to introduce and review the School Improvement Plan (SIP) Waivers with its categories for the 2016 – 2017 academic year. Sample ballot, annual basis, explanation of qualifications was discussed by Ms. Jeffrey as to how it would assist and benefit the student body and integration into the SIP. In addition, each category and title for plausible position was discussed and a vote to present sample ballot as is to the faculty took place. Ms. E. Leon motioned to approve the ballot as is to be presented to faculty and staff and Ms. Curry-Coffee second the motion.
Ms. E. Leon asked for final comments, questions and/or concerns to the committee, Ms. Rodriguez (Community Representative) mentioned that students enrolled in the Dual-Enrollment program had performed very well in the overall scores of the assessment. Ms. Covone motioned to adjourn the meeting and Ms. Rodriguez, second the motion, meeting concluded at 5:02 P.M.