What is a school council and what does it do?
The school council is an individual advisory group for New Hampstead High School. The main goal of the school council is to provide advice, recommendations, and assistance to the school on matters relating to school improvement and student achievement.

Who is on the school council?
The school council will consist of eleven members: six parents or guardians of students enrolled in the school, two community members, two certified full-time teachers, and the principal. The term of office for council members is two years. Council members can serve more than one term.  

Why is parent membership so important?
Parents on school councils provide important viewpoints and have valuable skills that can help shape the direction of the school.

How to share your comments, questions or suggestions for School Improvement and Student Achievement?
If you have any ideas, suggestions, concerns--please contact one of the Parent Representatives to place this item on the agenda OR you can submit your comments to NHHS School Council. ​​

Click on NHHS School Council Suggestion Box​ to submit any concerns, ideas or suggestions you would like discussed during the School Council Meeting.  

When and where does New Hampstead HS School Council meet?
 New Hampstead School Council meet in the front office conference room from 5:30-6:30 PM on the following dates:

​August 20, 2019
October 22, 2019
December 17, 2019
February 18, 2020
April 14, 2020​

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