What is SAC?
In accordance with DoD Instruction 1342.15 and USAREUR Regulation 15-21, The School Advisory Council (SAC) is a team of people representing various segments of the community–parents, teachers, students, administrators, support staff, business/ industry people and other interested community members. The main goals of the School Advisory Council are to participate in and encourage strategic planning, develop and define policy, and serve as a public relations source. The SAC operates in the policy-making process by formulating and adopting, but never enacting, policy. As the title states, the Council is advisory in nature.
Meetings are normally held on the 4th Thursday of each month at 1600 in the school's Media Center. SAC meetings are open to the public. Please contact the school's principal to place an item on the agenda.
Elections are held at the beginning of the school year, typically during Open House. SAC Officers are elected by the committee. The SAC president is also the representative to the Installation Advisory Committee (IAC).
The Warrior Booster Club supports all athletic teams, student activities and clubs in Wiesbaden High School through financial support and volunteerism. We have an incredible year planned. Please join us for our monthly meetings or e-mail us. We welcome your ideas!
Volunteers are the key to the Booster Club. This year our goal is to support as many student groups and sports teams as possible. We plan to do this through a variety of activities and fundraisers. However, we won’t be able to do this without you. Please become a member and visit our volunteer page to see which areas you are available to assist with, and then e-mail us. We look forward to working with you to support our kids!
The meetings for the remainder of the year are scheduled for October 1st, November 5th, and December 3rd and will be held in the High School Library, at 6:30 p.m.
Deployments, Redeployment and Permanent Change of Station are transition stages that can cause stress within the family environment. Many of you have experienced these transitions numerous times and are aware of the dynamics involved. The return or departure of the spouse alters the routines of the home bringing new adjustments and challenges. Children can be affected by these changes and problems can develop. Instability of mood, anxiety, irritability,sadness, rebelliousness and risk taking behaviors can emerge that may affect relationships and school functioning.
To a degree, it is important to view school functioning as a barometer of children adjustment. Sudden changes in behavior and/or persistent underachievement may be the way they communicate that things are not well.
At Wiesbaden High School we have different ways of supporting students during difficult transition times. It is critical that you share your concerns with us. Throughout the year we conduct surveys to identify students with deployed or redeployed parents. Our teachers are knowledgeable and sensitive about these issues. The guidance counselors and school psychologist can provide direct assistance or guide you to additional community resources. Our school counselors are also conducting deployment groups so that students can be of support to one another and share their concerns and common experiences. Please feel free to contact your child’s counselor or school psychologist with any concerns.
Please refer to these deployment websites (external to this site) regarding deployment and how it can affect children.