School Improvement Council
The SC School Improvement Council was first established in South Carolina law over three decades ago to provide the member training, technical assistance, statutory accountability, and other resources vital to the continued success of community-based School Improvement Councils in each of the state’s 1,100-plus K-12 public schools.Whether you’re a parent, teacher or student elected to your local SIC, a community or business representative appointed to your Council, a school or district administrator, or a member of the public committed to quality public education in South Carolina, you can find information on this website through downloadable files and direct links to other sites that will help you get the facts you need to understand the vital roles you play in the life of our schools and the futures of our children.
The vision of the SC School Improvement Council is:"To promote and support civic engagement for quality public education in South Carolina.”
The mission of the SC School Improvement Council is:
"To facilitate meaningful parent and community involvement
in our state’s public schools by providing resources, tools
and strategies to local School Improvement Councils
and other stakeholder groups."
Crowders Creek SIC meets October 22, November 20, and February 26 from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m.
2015-2016 SIC Members
2nd Year: Jeremy Brashears, Kim Callahan, Kelly Franza, Christina Geis, Charlene Horgan, Bella Michel, Christopher Newbern, Phoebe O'Toole, Jeff Pierce, Stacy Spinnato, Christina Vanlierop, Kathy Wine.1st Year: Ashley Brown, Meredith Conklin, Kari DiDonato, Bonnie Ferguson, Alicia Griffith, Maria Levy, Lisa Mahan, Winston Martinez, Lisette Parsons, Cara Tully