Local School Advisory Team (LSAT)
The Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) advises the principal on such matters as the Comprehensive School Plan, the annual school budget, strategic priorities, curriculum, school culture, and family engagement. The LSAT may also advocate on behalf of Jackson-Reed on city-wide educational issues. Participating in the LSAT is a great way to be involved with setting and monitoring school goals and priorities.
The LSAT is comprised of:
- four parent representatives elected by the parent body;
- four teachers;
- a Washington Teachers Union representative;
- a non-instructional school staff representative;
- a parent representing the PTSO;
- a student;
- and a community representative.
Parent representative candidates must be a parent or guardian of a currently enrolled Jackson-Reed student. The LSAT meets monthly.
Local School Advisory Team (LSAT) Representatives
Principal: Sah Brown
LSAT Chair: Melody Molinoff (Parent)
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