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Collaborative School Site Council (CSSC)

Oakland Tech’s Collaborative School Site Council (CSSC) is a mandated advisory body created by the federal government to support students who are most at risk. It is a school-community representative body made up of the principal, teachers, other school staff, parents and students. All schools that receive federal or state categorical funding are required to have a school site council to give input and help decide how to spend categorical funds. Being part of the CSCC is a great way to get involved at Tech.

The CSSC provides budget approval and oversight of some federal- and state-funded programs. The CSSC also provides assessment of the Single Plan for Student Achievement. Representatives of core stakeholder groups are elected to the CSSC each fall.

Meetings are announced on ParentSquare and StudentSquare and listed on this site's Calendar. Join us!