WHAT IS THE LOCAL SCHOOL ADVISORY TEAM (LSAT)?
A Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) is a group of elected and appointed members that shall exist in every DCPS school. The team consists of parents, teachers, non-instructional school staff, and a community member to advise the principal on matters that promote high expectations and high achievement for all students.
The primary responsibilities of the LSAT include: advising the principal on school priorities, budget decisions, and the Comprehensive School Plan (CSP).
Additionally, last year the LSAT was dual-hatted and also served a Stoddert’s Reopen Community Corps (RCC), a body designated by DCPS with advising and supporting the school leadership on their plans for a successful reopening. The LSAT will continue to serve as the RCC this academic year, advising and supporting Principal Rivas on Stoddert’s reopening plans.
WHO ARE STODDERT’S LSAT MEMBERS?
Lauren Welsh (Chair, parent)
PTO Co-President Michelle Leonard (parent)
Lisa McCluskey (parent)
Megan Rouhier (Secretary, parent)
Marie O’Hara (parent)
MaryAnne Prosser (teacher)
Kate Gillespie (teacher)
Julie Schnieder (teacher)
Lauren Guaraldo (teacher)
Teri Thompson (staff)
Thomas Morris (WTU rep)
Brian Turmail (ANC3B)
WHEN DOES THE LSAT MEET?
The LSAT is working to establish a monthly meeting schedule. The calendar of meetings will be posted here. Please email Lauren.firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. .