Superintendent's Parent Advisory Committee (SPAC)
The superintendent and senior district staff meet with a parent advisory committee at least three times per year to discuss current topics, issues and collect feedback.
Who are SPAC members?
Each school principal selects a member of their parent community to represent the school at SPAC meetings. The only requirement is that you are a current parent or guardian at the school you represent. Selections are made in the first few weeks of school. If you have an interest in serving on the SPAC, please speak with your school principal as soon as possible.
What do SPAC members commit to?
Members of SPAC should attend each scheduled meeting. Depending on the members' preferences, meetings are generally held three times a year. Members are also responsible for taking the information shared at SPAC meetings back to their school site to share with staff and other parents.
Where can I access meeting agendas, minutes, and handouts?
SPAC meeting agendas, minutes, and other shared information can be accessed by clicking the links below.