School Community Council

Meadow Brook Elementary has a School Community Council (SCC) that meets monthly to discuss school-related issues and determine how to best spend Trustland Funds. The council comprises school employees (elected), parents (elected), and the principal. If you have questions, issues, or concerns you would like discussed or are interested in being involved in, please get in touch with a member of our SCC or call Heather Balli at the school (801-489-2897).

Meadow Brook SCC Members (click here) 

Rules of Order
2023-2024 Meeting Schedule 

First Tuesday of each month from 11:15-12:15 in MB's Conference Room. (There is no school on January 2nd, so that meeting will be moved to January 16th)

We are always looking for parents to join our community council to advise and provide insight for our school. We have 5 parent members and 3 staff members on our council each year (members serve two-year terms) and will have an election if necessary. If you desire to attend one of our community council meetings, you are welcome to attend regardless of whether you are a member.

2023-2024 Trustlands & TSSA Annual Allocation

Each year, the state gives Trustland and TSSA funds to schools based on enrollment —this funding is separate from normal school funding. Trustland funding is to be spent on the school's greatest academic need. As a School Community Council last year, the council felt Meadow Brook’s greatest academic needs were in reading and math. Here is a break down of how Trustland Funds and TSSA funds are allocated to be spent for this 2023-2024 school year

2022-2023 Trustlands & TSSA Annual Allocation

During the 2022-2023 school year, 60% of Trustland funds ($52,005) were used to hire five reading aides and three math technicians to enrich and reteach students in reading and math. The rest of the funds were used to build Meadow Brook’s take-home and leveled libraries, purchase technology and math professional development books, and hire substitutes for collaboration days—days in which teacher teams collaboratively meet to enhance instruction. If you would like an in-depth look at how these funds were spent, please see the office. Through the efforts of our teachers and reading aides, 80% of MB students were reading on grade level or made at least one year of growth. 

2022-2023 Trustlands & TSSA Expenditures for the Benefit of Students:

Reading Technicians (Reading Aides, Heggerty/Phonics Interventions, Leveled Librarian)
Math Technicians (Math Reteach & Enrichment Aides)
Professional Development (Conference fees, subs, faculty book studies)
Professional Development (Team Collaborations and/or lesson studies)
Whole school, and grade-level, fine arts experiences (assemblies, field trips, etc.) will be provided.
Take-Home & Guided-Reading Libraries
Textbooks- (Supplementary language and math supports)
Technology- (Chromebooks, iPads for students & teachers, repair funds)


District School Actual Funding 2019-2020 Actual Funding 2020-2021 Actual Funding 2021-2022 Actual Funding 2022-2023 Actual Funding 2023-2024
Nebo Meadow Brook $81,660.00 $95,064.36 $85,148.00 $86,164.89 $94,050.58

Utah Trustlands Site

The state Trustlands site is where you will see how Meadow Brook's council has allocated allotment of funding.

Click here for Meadow Brook's Public Link to Land Trust Web Site ● Current and past school plans ● Current and past final reports ● Dollar amounts received by the school from School Land Trust program.

Minutes & Agendas: