School Accountability Committee

Our School Accountability Committee (SAC), which is comprised of three parents, school administrators, one teacher and a community representative, provide feedback regarding our school goals and priorities. We meet after school as a team four times a year for approximately one hour. While the number of formal SAC positions are limited, all parents are welcome to attend meetings. Please see future blog posts for meeting dates.

SAC Mission Statement

The mission of the School Accountability Committee (S.A.C.) at Gold Rush Elementary School is to provide support to students and the school. Parents, community members, students, staff and administrators collaborate in a safe and positive environment. The S.A.C. ensures the community has a voice in the school and that students and staff are supported. We strive to maintain a positive environment where ideas are exchanged and communicated in the best interest of the school community.

Click here to view SAC Bylaws

Jenny Brown - Principal -

Libby Bergner - Assistant Principal -

 Kristin Shillington - SAC Chairperson -

 Sophia Lueth - SAC Vice-Chairperson -

 Rotating - DAC Liaison

Monique Galasso -  Recorder -

Angel Zayaz - PTO Representative -

Jamie Marchese - Teacher Representative -

Cheryl O'Brien - Community Member -



 SAC meeting - September 20th @ 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the Gold Mine Room at Gold Rush

 SAC meeting - September 20th @ 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the Gold Mine Room at Gold Rush

 SAC meeting - September 20th @ 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the Gold Mine Room at Gold Rush

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