Wyoming - Community Involvement in Local Governance: Stakeholders

Area: 
Stakeholders
Policy Type: 
Regulation
Summary: 

State law requires community member representation on school governance councils or in school improvement planning efforts.

Wyoming Administrative Rules 206-0002-6 District and School Accreditation

(n) Parent, Student and Local Community Involvement. The participation by parents, local community, and students, when appropriate, in helping to support the development and implementation of student content and performance standards and school improvement goals.


Wyoming Administrative Rules 206-0002-6 District and School Accreditation

(c) The district shall involve parents, community, and professional staff in developing student content and performance standards in the common core of knowledge and skills through an officially adopted planning process reinforced by board of trustee policies. Districts may choose to adopt state standards using the board of trustees' official process that includes involving parents, community, and professional staff. (W.S. 21-9- 101(b)).


Wyoming Administrative Rules 206-0002-6 District and School Accreditation

Section 13. Parent and Community Involvement. The district shall have procedures for involving school personnel, parents and community in decision-making (W.S. 21-2-202(a)(ii)). Procedures shall include:

  • (a) Strategies for implementing standards;
  • (b) Goal setting and planning for school improvement; and
  • (c) Identification of budget priorities based on student performance standards,
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