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SLT

(School Leadership Team)

What is a School Leadership Team?

The School Leadership Team (SLT) is a group of people who develop educational policies for their school. They also make sure there are resources to support those policies.

 

SLTs:

  • Provide ongoing evaluations of a school’s educational programs and their impact on student achievement.

  • Play an important role in school-based decision-making.

  • Help to make school cultures more collaborative.

A key role for SLTs is to develop the School Comprehensive Educational Plan (CEP). 

Comprehensive Educational Plans (CEP)

The CEP includes the goals and strategies of a specific school for that year. School Leadership Teams work to develop these goals and strategies that lead to improved student outcomes.

Meeting Dates

Meetings will be scheduled for the first Wednesday of each month, September – June.

Regularly scheduled SLT meetings are open to members of the school community. Members of the school community, who are not School Leadership Team Members, may request to speak at a SLT meeting. The request must be submitted in writing to the chairperson three school days in advance of the scheduled meeting.

 

AEA's SLT Members

Staff:

Mrs. Leto

Ms. Sferrazza

Mrs. Bates

Mrs. Vasilakis

Ms. Garger 

Mrs. Hilton

Parents:

Stacey Shick Samuels

Heather Cohn 

Melissa Lugo

Rohit Misra 

Santha Ramakrishnan 

Heather Hernandez (PTA President)

Read our SLT Bylaws here:  MORE INFO TO FOLLOW 

For more information on NYCDOE's SLTs, visit NYCDOE School Leadership Team

To read the Chancellor's Regulations on SLTs (A-655), click this link: NYCDOE A-655

Have Questions?

You can email the SLT Parent Members:

303slt@gmail.com

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