Who Represents YOU?

The School-Community Council makes important decisions
regarding Lone Peak High School.
See the 15/16 SCC Board.


See what the School Community Council has been working on.


Patrons are encouraged to participate in the School Community Council.  READ MORE about how to become part of this collaborative group.

The School LAND Trust program brings tens of millions of dollars annually to academic programs in public schools across Utah. These funds are the only discretionary funds many schools receive.  Each school elects a school community council consisting of parents, teachers, and the principal. Councils carefully study their school test scores, decide which areas they want to improve, and develop a School Improvement Plan. From that plan, a council chooses one or more academic areas on which to focus its annual trust dividend from the School LAND Trust program to improve student performance.

Councils set measurable goals with a plan to achieve the goals and submit the plan on-line. Their local school board will approve the plan or may ask for revisions before approval. Funds are only distributed to schools with approved plans.