The School Advisory Council (SAC) is a group of parents, community members, teachers, and school administrators who come together to provide guidance and support to the school. The SAC is responsible for reviewing the school's policies and procedures, making recommendations for improvement, and ensuring that the school is meeting the needs of all students. As part of the SAC's work, the group develops a School Improvement Plan (SIP). The SIP is a comprehensive plan that outlines the school's goals, strategies, and action steps for improving student achievement. The plan is developed with input from teachers, parents, and community members, and is regularly monitored and updated to ensure that progress is being made towards achieving the school's goals. The SIP is an important tool for ensuring that the school is focused on continuous improvement and is meeting the needs of all students. It helps to guide the school's decision-making process and ensures that resources are being used effectively to support student learning. By working together through the SAC and the SIP, schools can create a strong partnership between the school and the community, and provide the best possible education for all students.