SOT Information

Our school utilizes a School Organizational Team. The Team’s members include the school principal, staff members, and parents/guardians. Teams are also encouraged to invite one or more interested community members to advise the Team. Up to six parents or legal guardians of students enrolled at Coronado will be elected to participate as members of the School Organizational Team, and should represent 50% of voting members of the Team. Any parent or legal guardian of students enrolled at the local school precinct will have an opportunity to vote in this parent election. This nomination form must be submitted by Friday, September 9th @ 4:00pm. Nominees, as well as all persons wishing to cast a vote, must be a parent or legal guardian of at least one currently enrolled Coronado High School student. Each nominee’s name and written response will be shared on the Coronado High School website as part of the election process. The election will be held in a virtual setting, through Google Forms, on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM. Voting will require the form to be submitted, according to the directions, with voter eligibility being determined through verification of student records in Infinite Campus. Results will be posted on the Coronado High School website by Thursday, September 22, 2022. CCSD employees cannot serve as the parent/guardian members of the SOT if their child attends the school at which they work. However, those employees may serve as a licensed or support staff member of the SOT at that school. CCSD employees may also serve as a parent/guardian member of a SOT if their child attends a school different from their work location. 

 

The role of the School Organizational Team:

Assist and advise development of the plan of operation. - Provide continued assistance and advice to the principal in carrying out the plan of operation. - Assist in the discussion of any additional authority to be transferred to schools to carry out responsibilities. - Assist with the selection of the next principal when there is a vacancy. Requirements for School Organizational Team members: - Attend meetings at least once per month, which will be conducted outside of the school instructional time - Make decisions and vote with the whole school population in mind. - The term of the team is through September 30, 2023 (unless your child no longer attends the school) - After first term - Serve on the team for a minimum of 1 year; members must be re-elected every year, but there is currently no limit on the number of years a parent or guardian can be a team member - Cultivate and use collaboration and consensus building abilities. - An organizational team and its members who are not employees of the large school district are immune from liability for civil damages as a result of an act or omission in performing any of the duties of the organizational team as set forth in sections 24 to 29, inclusive, of AB469.