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School Community Council

The School LAND Trust Program, established by the legislature in 1999, distributes a portion of the annual earnings from the permanent School Fund to all public schools in the state.  The annual distribution from the School LAND Trust program has grown from $4.95 million in the 2001-2002 school year to a planned distribution of over $88.83 million in 2020-2021.

Our School Community Council exists to monitor and approve how Valley High distributes these funds, as well as funds allocated to schools from the Utah Legislature through the Teacher and Student Success Act (TSSA).  Each year, the principal writes a Land Trust plan and TSSA plan for each of those funds.  After review, the council is asked to approve each plan (see below for recent plans).

We are always interested in hearing your voice! If you or someone you know might be interested in joining our School Community Council, please see the information at this link. Community Council members are elected and member responsibilities are assigned according to USBE guidelines.

Current and Past Documents
Land Trust Plan 2023-2024 TSSA Plan 2023-2024
Land Trust Plan 2022-2023 TSSA Plan 2022-2023
Land Trust Plan 2021-2022 TSSA Plan 2021-2022
Land Trust Plan 2020-2021 TSSA Plan 2020-2021
2022-2023 Meeting Agendas & Notes

For older plans, please click here (select the year of interest in the dropdown menu)

Feel free to email any member with concerns. You may also call the school at (801) 572-7035 and ask for any administrator, teacher, or counselor you feel comfortable talking to. We welcome your input.

2023-2024 School Community Council Members
Please watch this short training video if you are on Valley High School's SCC

Parents Contact Valley Members Contact
Raquel Kumrow, Chair


Nancy Hammond, teacher


Gabriella Dickey, Vice Chair


Bonnie Farley, counselor


Nicole Freeman, parent


Becky Lopez, registrar


Sheralyn Jones, parent


Jacinto Peterson, principal


Leonard Kumrow, parent


Silvia Wilkinson, parent


Community Councils are required to follow specific Rules of Order and encouraged to follow Robert's Rules of Parliamentary Procedure, especially regarding issues of significant interest in the community.  By keeping this page updated and following all policies and procedures, Valley follows the Compliance Checklist for Community Councils in the state of Utah.

Meetings for 2023-24 school year:
(All meetings start at 6:30pm in the main office conference room)

September 27, 2023 Agenda Notes
November 15, 2023 Agenda Notes
February 7, 2024 Agenda Notes
April 10, 2024 Agenda Notes