The purpose of the Community Council is to involve parents in decision making at the school level. Elected parents represent the parents of the school and participate in developing plans for improving the school, make decisions on how to best expend School LAND Trust Program monies, and increase public awareness of school trust lands and related policies. Parents of current Woods Cross High School students are invited to consider serving on the school's community council. Applications for community council are accepted during the first weeks of each school year. Parents serving on a school's community council directly influence how LAND Trust funds are spent and help to shape each year's school improvement plan. Woods Cross High School received $170,096.00 for the 2019-2020 year.