Madison Elementary School Site Council

Since 1991, every public school in the State of Kansas is required to have a Site Council. The group serves an important role in school improvement. During the course of the year, the Site Council is kept abreast of important aspects of school life, provides input regarding issues facing the school, and is part of the overall school improvement process. Collaborative dialogue is a key component of Site Council.

Site Council is composed of parents, business leaders, teachers, students, and administration. All Site Council meetings are open to patrons of Madison Elementary. The group reports annually to the USD 231 Board of Education.

A school Site Council’s role is to provide advice and counsel in evaluating state, school district and school site performance goals and objectives and to assist in determining the methods to meet those goals and objectives at the school's site. Site Council members are asked to serve a minimum of two years. Site Council meetings typically occur quarterly and meet after school.

Any parent who is interested in serving on Madison Elementary School’s Site Council should contact Dr. Wachel, Principal at 913-856-0400.