The District Accountability Committee (DAC) is an educator, parent and community member committee working to advise and prioritize district initiatives to the Board of Education, including:
- Recommending priorities on the district budget.
- Advising on the district’s and schools’ Performance, Improvement, Priority Improvement or Turnaround plans.
- Reviewing new and renewal charter applications submitted to the Board of Education.
- Partnering with the Board of Education on other district issues or concerns, as needed.
Membership in the DAC shall be comprised of groups of representatives as follows:
- A minimum of 3 and a maximum of 15 parents of students enrolled in the district’s public schools.
- A minimum of 1 and a maximum of 3 teachers employed by the district.
- A minimum of 1 and a maximum of 3 administrators employed by the district.
- A minimum of 1 and a maximum of 3 persons involved in business in the community within the district boundary.
- And may appoint an appropriate number of classified staff members employed by the District.
- Regular meetings are at least three times per school year from September to May.
- Additional meetings may be scheduled throughout the year, as needed.
- DAC members serve two-year terms.
- The committee will elect officers and may form subcommittees.
- All meetings of the DAC and its subcommittees are open to the public.
For further details and information on the DAC, please read the 2017-18 District Accountability Committee Bylaws.
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