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School-Based Decision Making (SBDM) Council

 2019-20 Members

Matthew Turner, Principal, SBDM Chair

Cher CaldwellTeacher Representative

Ronald YatesParent Representative

Dustin Caudill, Teacher Representative, SBDM Vice Chair

David Clark, Parent Representative

Rachel PageTeacher Representative

Tracy Stokes, Minority Parent Representative

Henry Astudillo, Minority Teacher Representative



For questions, please contact the

SBDM Secretary, Jill Talley



SBDM Bylaws and Policies
Visitor Information
2019-20 SBDM Meeting Schedule

If you wish to be notified via email of special meetings of the Ryle SBDM Council, please complete the following form and return to the Ryle office.

Special Meeting Notice Form

Approved SBDM Meeting Dates
July 25, 2018 agenda minutes

August 6, 2018

Emergency Meeting

agenda minutes
August 16, 2018 agenda minutes
September 20, 2018 agenda minutes

October 18, 2018



November 15, 2018

agenda minutes
December 13, 2018


January 17, 2019 agenda minutes
February 21, 2019 agenda


Writing Policy Update

March 21, 2019 agenda minutes
April 18, 2019 agenda minutes
May 16, 2019 agenda minutes
June 20, 2019 agenda minutes
July 25, 2019 agenda minutes
August 15, 2019 agenda minutes
September 19, 2019 agenda minutes
October 17, 2019 agenda minutes
November 21, 2019 agenda minutes
December 19, 2019 canceled  
January 16, 2020 agenda minutes
February 20, 2020 agenda  


The Ryle SBDM Council typically meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm in the Ryle library/media center.  In order to make your experience as comfortable and productive as possible, here are a few basic guidelines: 

•    The overall purpose and focus of the Ryle SBDM Council is to improve student achievement.

•    Persons wishing to address the Council may do so during the Audience of Citizens portion of the agenda.  This is a time for students, parents, or community members to publicly speak with the council on topics pertaining to the purpose and mission of Larry A. Ryle High School.  Comments regarding individual students, parents, or employees of Larry A. Ryle High school are not appropriate for this forum.

•    Persons wishing to help Larry A. Ryle High School be the best may donate their time and energy by serving on an SBDM committee or by joining the Ryle Parent Teacher Student Association or by volunteering their time on various projects within the school.  Contact the school office for more details.

Ryle SBDM Standing Committees

  • Curriculum
  • Student Activities
  • Student Services
  • School Climate / Positive Intervention Behavior & Supports (PBIS)


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