The Culver City Middle School Site Council is composed of the principal, parents, community members, teachers, and classified personnel, elected by their representative groups. Community members who do not have children in the school but who reside in the Culver City Middle School attendance area may also serve on the council.
The purpose of the School Site Council is to review Federal and State funded programs such as School/Library Improvement (SI) and Title I. The School Improvement Program is State funded and will serve all Culver City Middle School students, over and above any of the monies given to the District, for its regular program. The council meets about nine (9) times a year at the school to monitor the implementation of these programs, as well to provide input regarding modifications and improvements. The School Site Council serves as a liaison between the school and community to interpret the role of government funds in the day-to-day operations of our school.
The School Site Council meets on the last Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m. in the CCMS Library. Site Council is an excellent way to get involved at Culver City Middle School. Elections for Site Council take place in September every year.