Governance and Oversight
City Academy Board of Trustees
The City Academy Board of Trustees (Board) is governed by bylaws and articles of incorporation. The Board meets at school at 4:15 PM on the third Wednesday of each month August – June, but in December only by vote each year. All Board members are elected to the Board from the community at large except one seat on the board held by the parent chair of the City Academy Advisory Council. All Board meetings follow open meeting laws.
The City Academy Board serves a dual purpose both as the School Board for City Academy, and as the fiduciary board for the Salt Lake City charter school’s 501(c)3 status.
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|Mary Glauser||Founder & Chair, Engaged Informed Americans|
|Walker Kennedy III, Chair||Attorney, Woodbury Corporation|
|Larry Hintze||Vice President and Relationship Manager, Bank of Utah|
|Erik Bengtzen||Vice President, Wells Fargo|
|Nikki Gabriel||Parent Vice-Chair City Academy Advisory Council
Realtor, Exit Realty Legacy
|Steve Foxley||Attorney, Foxley & Pignanelli|
|Nathan Seim||Attorney, Dorsey & Whitney|
|Kelle Smart||Vice President, Academy Mortgage|
|Taylor Woodbury||Attorney, Woodbury Corporation|
Board Agendas & Minutes
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City Academy Advisory Council (CAAC)
The City Academy Advisory Council (CAAC) meets at school at 4:15 PM on the second Tuesday of each month October – May, but not in December. In addition to a parent chair, the Council has a total of at least two more parents than other adult members, two teachers, two students, and one administrator. All CAAC members are elected by their constituencies. All CAAC meetings follow open meeting laws.
The Council is mandated by state law and its purpose is to advise the City Academy Board and Executive Director on the following: Use of School Land Trust funds, Comprehensive Guidance Policy, Title I programs development and oversight, digital citizenship and safe technology use, student transportation plan, First Amendment School issues, School Wellness Program, and any other issues of concern to the school population as a whole.
One of the primary duties of the CAAC is to act as the School Land Trust Council. Each year City Academy receives Land Trust funding to address issues of our school improvement plan. A copy of the previous school year final School Land Trust Report is available Here
CAAC Membership 2018-2019
|Parent, 8th grade||Sophie Phibbs||SophiePhibbs@eaglehm.com|
|Parent, 10th grade||Jodi Mayofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Parent , 11th grade||Teresa Taylor||Teresa.Taylor@hsc.utah.edu|
|Parent, 12th grade||Rebecca Huntsmanemail@example.com|
|Teacher, Secretary||Dave Ballingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Executive Director||Sonia Woodbury|
City Academy Accountability Report
The Utah State Board of Education publishes accountability reports for all public schools on their website. The report for City Academy can be found HERE.
City Academy fully conforms with all state and federal student data privacy laws. We ensure this security by following our City Academy Data Governance Plan as well as our City Academy IT Systems Security Plan. Our disclosure of student personally identifiable information is located by selecting City Academy as the district in the Metadata Dictionary developed by USBE and located on the Data Gateway. Any questions or concerns with data security should be directed to our IT Manager.