The Cameron Elementary School Site Council is composed of the principal and 9 elected members representing teachers, school staff and parents. The purpose of the School Site Council is to develop and review the School Improvement Plan and periodically assess the effectiveness of the plan. Each elected member of the School Site Council serves a two year term. Elections are held in October, and meetings are held monthly, unless there are no agenda items. All meetings are open to the public. Meeting dates shall be posted at least 72 hours in advance.
ELAC members are composed of parents of English Learner students and community members. The role of ELAC is to review and provide input on the School Improvement Plan regarding services to English Language Learners. In addition, the committee participates in conducting the school needs assessment and yearly language census, as well as helps to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance.
Elected officers on the English Learner Advisory Committee serve a two year term. Elections are held within the first four weeks of the school year. ELAC meetings are held a minimum of four times per year and are open to the public. All parents of ELL students are encouraged to attend ELAC meetings.