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Voice in San Juan Unified

San Juan Unified is a large school district serving a diverse community and individual learner needs. A variety of committees are convened each year to help review and advise both staff and the Board of Education on critical issues. 
Committee Purpose Who Can Join How are Members Selected Current Members How often does it meet?
Bond Citizens Oversight Committee (COC) The COC reviews expenditures under community approved facilities bonds (Measure J and Measure N) and issues quarterly reports on progress under each initiative. Parents and community members Appointment is by application and approval of the Board of Education Jeannette Nunez, Eric Bakke (Chair), William Baker, Bronwyn Bateman, Brian LaPask, James Ray, Kip Skidmore, David Wolfe
Coordinated School Health Council The Coordinated School Health Council works to ensure all San Juan Unified students are healthy and successful through health education, physical education, school health services, nutrition services, school counseling, psychological and social services, and community involvement. District staff, students, parents and community members Participation is open to any interested individual Linda Bessire, Director, Pupil Personnel Services, Co-Chair Monique Stovall, Director, Food Services, Co-Chair Dayle Cantrall, Program Manager, Special Education, Planning Team Dominic Covello, Program Manager, Special Education, Planning Team Debbie Fleming, Risk Manager, SJUSD, Planning Team Lisa Hashisaka, Registered Dietician, Food Services, Planning Team Nina Mancina, Program Specialist, Special Projects, Planning Team Renee Mello, Supervisor, Prevention Programs, Planning Team Rod Dahlberg
Curriculum, Standards, Instructional, and Student Services Committee (C&S) The C&S committee reviews and makes recommendations to the Board of Education on educational programs, standards and assessments; graduation and course requirements; textbook adoptions; and policies on student behavior and discipline. Parents and community members Each member of the Board of Education selects three individuals to serve on the committee. Ron Pyle (Costa), Deanna Fernandes (Costa), Etta Sikich (Costa), Tamara Wahlquist (Hernandez), Open (Hernandez), Open (Hernandez), Open(Villescaz), Judith Flora (Villescaz), Assistant Chair, Edric Cane (Villescaz), Robert Thacker (McKibbin), Chair, Gary Elazier, Jr. (McKibbin), Colmar Figueroa-Moseley (McKibbin), Donna DeMartini(Paulo), Open (Paulo), Open (Paulo), First and third Wednesday of each month.
District English Language Advisory Committee (DELAC) DELAC provides guidance and input on issues related to the delivery of instruction and services for English Language Learners Interested parents and community members Membership is open to interested parents of English Language Learners. There is a cap on the committee size.
Facilities, Transportation and Finance Board Advisory Committee (FT&F) The FT&F Committee reviews issues at the direction of the board of education in the areas of facilities, transportation and finance. The committee issues recommendations to the Board of Education. Parents and community members Each member of the Board of Education selects three parents or community members to serve on the committee Kathryn Brann (Costa), Fedros Yavrom (Costa), Vacant, (Costa), Joy Wake, (Hernandez), Ken Firl, (Hernandez), Vera Vaccaro, (Hernandez), Dave Doerr, (Luttgen), Vacant, (Luttgen), Paul Keefer, Ed.D., (McKibbin), Keith Bauer (McKibbin), Melissa Chaney Guidara, (McKibbin), Linda Martin, Asst. Chair, (Paulo), Michael Alcalay, Chair (Paulo), Tom Alves, (Paulo) First Tuesday of each month
Local Control Accountability Plan Parent Advisory Committee The LCAP PAC will work collaboratively with staff, employee groups and at-large stakeholders to provide input and feedback on the actions and services provided for in the LCAP and their effectiveness in meeting the state priorities and overall goals. Parents or legal guardians of students, community members, and students in the three targeted populations for which funding is received (low income, Foster Youth, and English language learners). Appointment is by application and approval of the Board of Education
Special Education Community Advisory Committee The Special Education Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is charged with reviewing issues and practices related to the delivery of special education in the District. The committee also oversees the annual "You Light the Way" awards which recognize contributions in the service of special education students. Special education parents Interested parents must apply and be confirmed to an open position by the Board of Education
Last Modified on January 9, 2017
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