Policy Council

The Policy Council is a governing body of concerned parents and community people.  Policy Council consists of 51% parents of currently enrolled children.  The other members must be drawn from the local community.  The Policy Council representatives are elected at the first Parent Committee meeting of the program year.

The Policy Council:

  • Meets on a monthly basis (3rd Wednesday of each month unless other wise noted);
  • Assists in planning and coordinating agency-wide activities for parents;
  • Assists in the interviewing process of new hires;
  • Assists with and encourages parent participation in the program;
  • Serves as a link between public and private organizations;
  • Initiates suggestions and ideas for program involvement;
  • Has approval responsibility before a decision is finalized or action is taken;
  • Elects officers for the Policy Council:
  • Is responsible for keeping the individual Parent Committees informed of the actions of the Policy Council.

Reimbursement is available for travel and child care.

Current Policy Council Members:

   Cluster

   Representative

   Alternate

 Belle Center 1  Bailey Richards *  
 Belle Center 2  Krista Gerbracht *  Jessica Albright *
 Butte A  Ariel Grusing *  
 Butte B  Kiley VanSickle*  
 Butte C    
 Butte D/2    
 Butte E    
 Butte 1  Jessica Carmichael *  
 Harding County  Julia Lermeny *  Kayla Spickelmier*
 Bison Center  Jessica Drews *  Amanda Larson
 Perkins EHS  Emily Storm *  
 Lemmon Center  Alexis Wilson*  Jenaya Lockrem*
     
     
 Community Representatives  Josey Bartsch *  

* Indicates that a member has been voted on and seated to the Policy Council

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