The new Local School Council term begins on July 1st of every even-numbered year, and elections are held every even-numbered year. The next election will be held April 11, 2024.
If you are a parent, community member, student, or teacher looking to get more involved with your school, we encourage you to consider running in your school’s LSC election.
The application window for the 2024 LSC elections opens on October 16, 2023. To apply, candidates must download and fill out the application forms below and return them with two forms of identification to the school for which they intend to run as a candidate by Thursday, February 8, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. CST.
- Parents and community members have the option to file a Form 4-24 Candidate Statement.
- School staff candidates must file a Form 5-24 School Staff Candidate Information Form.
- Student candidates must file a Form 6-24 Student Candidate Information Form.
Candidate forms in English and Spanish can be found here
Mid-term vacancies for parent and community member positions are filled by majority vote of the serving members.
Parent voice is vitally important, and Prosser currently has open seats for parent representatives on our Local School Council. Please consider serving the school community in this way! If you are interested, contact Principal Sandra Shimon at 773-534-3222 or [email protected]
for more information and/or check out the Office of Local School Council Relations page and find application forms here
Student representatives only serve a single year and their election takes place early in the second semester. This year, the nomination window opened January 23 and closed February 3, with a student forum on Monday, February 6 and the election during Homeroom on Friday, February 10.
We were impressed by the efforts and initiative of each of the four students who submitted nomination forms and were assured that each of them would have made an excellent representative. Congratulations to Pablo Bravo, Carlos Garcia and Emery Sanchez who will serve on the SY24 Local School Council.
The summary of results appears below: