• Barnstable Intermediate School Council

    The Massachusetts Education Reform Act of 1993 called for the establishment of a School Council at each elementary, secondary and independent vocational school in the Commonwealth. A School Council is a representative, school-building based committee composed of the principal, parents, teachers, community members and, at the secondary level, students. The Council has a significant role in shaping the policies and programs of the school. Councils are to assist the principal in adopting educational goals for the school, identifying the educational needs of students attending the school, reviewing the school building’s annual budget, and formulating a school improvement plan.


     The following people are members of the BIS School Council:

    Parents  School Staff
    James Anderson



    Community Representative: