The School Site Council (SSC) is an advisory and representative body of parents, faculty, and staff charged with:
- Defining and developing a sense of purpose, direction, and community for the school
- Building a capacity for change through collaborative decision-making.
The primary purpose of the SSC is to develop, approve, monitor, and assess the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). The SSC develops this plan in collaboration with Site and District Administration, school advisory committees, and school staff. This process allows for those individuals who are closest to the students to be involved in making decisions affecting the instructional program and vision for ongoing improvement of the school.
The Duveneck School Site Council is composed of an equal number of parents and staff, who are elected to serve two-year terms.