School Leadership Team (SLT)
A School Leadership Team is a group comprised of teachers and parents – and sometimes representatives of other members of the school community, like students and community-based organizations – whose primary goal is to develop a school’s Comprehensive Educational Plan (CEP). SLTs assist in the evaluation and assessment of a school’s educational programs and their effects on student achievement.
Under State Education Law, Section 2590, all New York City public schools are required to establish School Leadership Teams. SLTs must comply with the current Chancellor’s Regulation A-655 – Issued March 24, 2010.
SLT Members and Roles 2019-20
Principal: Evelyn Lolis
PTA President: Jeremy Kis
UFT Chapter-Leader: Jazlyn Mena
Co-Chairs: Celine Beloeil and Jeremy Kis
Secretary: Grace Myers
Financial Liaison: Jazlyn Mena
Timekeeper: Rob Endelman
Community-Based Organization Member: Neil Fitzgerald
School Leadership Team FAQ:
Q: How often are meetings?
A: Meetings are held monthly in the school library. The schedule is set at the beginning of each academic year by the SLT members.
Q: Who can attend an SLT Meeting?
A: Anyone can attend, but only members or guests who are on the agenda may speak.
Q: How can I get the SLT to discuss something important to me, even if I don’t wish to present the issue myself?
A: Email the SLT Chair with your concerns.
Q: How long is a SLT Member’s term?
A: 2 years
Q: How do I become a member of SLT?
A: Elections for vacant SLT seats are held at the last general PTA meeting. If you are interested in running, you can contact the PTA president.