What is PLC:

It is a group of parents of Language Enriched Pupils (LEP) that meet in each school, area and district.
It is regulated by the state, procedures shall be implemented to ensure that parent/guardians receive all communications, understand them and are represented on various district and school committees that requires parent's participation.
Each school that reports ESOL students for weighted FTE under program number 130 shall have a Parent Leadership Council (PLC).

The purpose of the PLC is to:

  • Encourage Parent involvement.
  • Participation in the implementation of LEP programming and academic achievement initiatives.
  • Meet and Collaborate with the Principal to ensure that the parents of the LEP are actively involved in school.
  • Participates in the implementation of the District LEP Plan in school.
  • Represent the school in the annual District PLC Institute.
  • Assist Parents of LEP in clarifying misunderstandings or concerns.
  • Participates in Due Process meetings for LEP parents at school, if applicable.
  • Represent the school in the Annual Learning Community PLC Forum.
  • Conduct at least four meetings a year.

The PLC will consist of the following officers:

  • Chair
  • Vice-Chair
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Each grade representative

The PLC chair will conduct all PLC meetings.

Keep diligent minutes and records of parents attending the meetings. They should be available for inspection.

The chairperson and his/her staff will establish an active partnership in the LEP education programming and academic achievement (encouraged by the principal).

The chairperson will provide feedback and evaluation on education services provided to LEP students.

Make at least four general meetings per year, for committees (s) and delegate responsibilities of all planned activities.

PLC chair and his/her staff will be knowledgeable of the District PLC Educational Plan and insure correct implementation of the Plan by the school.

You may email the PLC at [email protected].