TRMS School Site Council (SSC) & the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

School Site Council

What is the School Site Council (SSC)? The School Site Council is composed of equal numbers of parent and staff. It is the role of the SSC to advise the principal and staff on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the school improvement plan, and to allocate funds from the state to support the goals of the school plan. The SSC reviews the progress of the school in achieving the goals of the plan.

What's in the School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)?  All schools must have a School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA, formerly known as the Single Plan for Student Achievement), which is designed, implemented, and monitored by the SSC to ensure that the SIP funds are being spent effectively to support school's improvement efforts to attain the highest possible levels of teaching and learning at the school. The Plan contains:

1. An Overview of the Plan.

2. District Common Pages details philosophy, community description, coordination of services and SSC membership information.

3. Budget Information.

4. Core Curriculum Information includes strategies, standards and assessment, curricular disciplines and required program services to support the core curriculum.

5. Needs Assessment and Evaluation details the analysis of our students' academic strengths and needs, student support beyond the classroom, staff needs, parent needs and school priorities.

6. Major Focus Area includes our focus area and Program Quality Review plan.

7. Other School Curricular Priorities.

8. Staff Development Days Focus.

How much money does the SSC have to spend? Funds come from the state on a per student basis. The amount varies from year to year with CBEDS (California Basic Educational Data System) enrollment. The legislature and governor can add to or cut some of the funding in any year. Some years it gets a cost of living adjustment, some years it doesn't.

Doesn’t the state always put specific restrictions on funding given to schools? Yes, but in the 90’s, the state passed the School Based Coordinated Program (SBCP), which gave the schools more power to spend their funding more effectively. The SBCP allows schools to coordinate some categorical funds (SIP and some special education) paid by different State funding sources to serve all students, as long as the school is meeting the needs of all special populations. The SSC is the body that determines whether or not, and how to redirect these funds.

When and where does the School Site Council meet?

The SSC meets the last Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Because of COVID, our meetings are currently virtual; however, in person meetings are held in the Learning Center.  An agenda is shared via ParentSquare  prior to the meeting. 

How can I get involved? If you have any questions or are interested in being a part of the Russell School Site Council, email Ms. Harn at, leave a phone message, or better yet, attend a meeting!

SSC Members

Chairperson: Ms. Marez

Vice Chairperson:  TBD 

Secretary: TBD

Student Reps: Rotating ASB reps

Teacher Rep: Mr. Mulcock

CBAC Parent Rep: TBD

DELAC Parent Reps: TBD

Principal: Mr. Anglon

Assistant Principal: Mrs. DeLora-Ellefson


2022 - 2023 School Plan

2021 - 2022 School Plan

2020 - 2021 School Plan

2017-2020 Single Plan

Agenda & Minutes

TRMS SSC Agenda 5-22-23

TRMS SSC Agenda 4-24-23

TRMS SSC Agenda 3-20-23

TRMS SSC Agenda 2-27-23

TRMS SSC Agenda 1-30-23

TRMS SSC Agenda 12-12-22

TRMS SSC Agenda 11-28-22

TRMS SSC Agenda 10-24-22

TRMS SSC Minutes 9-26-22

TRMS SSC Minutes 8-29-22

TRMS SSC Minutes 21 - 22 school yr 

TRMS SSC Minutes 20 - 21 school yr

TRMS SSC Minutes 19 - 20 school yr

TRMS SSC Bylaws 2018-19

CBAC/DELAC Mtg Resources