In 1994, The New York State Education Department called upon all school districts to establish “Compact for Learning” committees at each school within a district. The purpose of the Compact Committee is to allow for local site-based planning and shared decision-making around such issues as budgets, school climate, cultural arts, homework, building & facilities, and home & school communication. This is to be accomplished by a combined group of faculty, administrators, and parents. Weber’s ten-member Compact Committee consists of Weber’s principal, four teachers, one support staff member, and four parents. Three of these parents are selected from our Weber parent body. A member of the Executive Board of the Weber HSA represents the fourth parent position.
The Compact Committee meets once a month, on a day chosen by the committee, usually after school in the Weber Principal’s Office. Regular attendance at these meetings is expected.
This year we have one position open for a two-year term. (If an 8th grade parent is selected, another parent will be selected to serve the second year of that term.) If you are interested in serving on Weber's Compact Committee, please submit the Nominee Information Form below. A Nominating Committee will meet to consider all the candidates and you will be notified of the results in August.