West Hills High School

West Hills Leadership Structure

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West Hills staff members can view the full leadership flow chart here. This document details the responsibilities and duties of the School Site Council, Department Chair Council, and the Leadership Team. 
 
School Site Council

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California Education Code (EC) Section 64001 requires that a SSC develop the SPSA. The SSC must approve the plan, recommend it to the local governing board for approval, monitor its implementation, and evaluate the effectiveness of the planned activities at least annually. For specific details on the SSC, see Appendix F.

Administrator, Classified, Parents, Students, and Teachers elected in ratios that comply with California EC. Voting members are defined by California Education Code.

Agendas, Meetings, and Minutes
 
Department Chair Council

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Provides educational leadership for West Hills, including developing professional development plan for the school and sharing of best practices. Departments will share their department goals and progress and challenges in meeting them.

One elected member of each department, including counseling and classified; Administration team; WASC Self-Study Coordinator; Technology Coordinator; English Learner Coordinator; ASB Director; Athletic Director

Voting members are elected representatives and one administrator

Meeting Minutes
 
Leadership Team

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Responsible for implementing and monitoring the Action Plan and reporting results to School Site Council. The former Data Team is incorporated into the Leadership Team.

Principal, Assistant Principals, Core Department Chairs (English, Math, Science, and Social Science); Counseling Department Chair; Special Education Department Chair; WASC Self-Study Coordinator; Technology Coordinator; English Learner Coordinator

Decision making by consensus