What is a School Organizational Team (SOT)?
The School Organizational Team is responsible for:
- Providing assistance and advice to the principal regarding the development of the School Plan of Operation.
- Providing continued assistance and advice to the principal in carrying out the School Plan of Operation.
- Assisting in the discussion of any additional authority to be transferred to the school to carry out responsibilities.
- Assisting with the selection of the next principal when a principal vacancy occurs.
The School Organizational Team (SOT) at Mission High School consists of two teacher members, one support staff member, three parents/guardians, a student, and the school principal. The SOT meets on a monthly basis, after school hours, at our school campus. The SOT meeting schedule is determined by the SOT members.
For more information on School Organization Teams, including trainings and resources, please visit the Reorganization of the Clark County School District website at reorg.ccsd.net.
The agenda and meetings minutes can be found below:
Nominations for 2022-2023 membership on the Mission High School Organization Team are now open. The parent election will be held on Friday, September 16, 2022 during our regular monthly meeting. Please click on the links below for information on how to participate.