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Superintendent's Student Advisory Council (SSAC)

The Superintendent's Student Advisory Council (SSAC) is a district committee made up of student leaders from each high school in San Juan Unified. The purpose is to develop and propose student identified initiatives to the Superintendent that amplify student voice and create positive change on our campuses. Students meet monthly with the Superintendent to discuss issues they feel are important to individual campuses and the district as a whole. Members of the SSAC are asked to serve as advocates for all students.

About SSAC:

Students from grades 9-12 are eligible to be members and will serve as a representative of their school. The students who participate on the SSAC will serve as a liaison between their school and the district. 


The purpose of the SSAC is to provide the Superintendent and senior staff members feedback on ways that the District could improve students' overall experiences in our schools and provide two-way communication between the Superintendent and the students.

SSAC Focus Areas

How do I Apply? 

 All current 8th-11th grade  students will be sent an application directly to their student email, or you may apply directly from this page. Applications will close on July 31, 2024. 

If you are interested, please click here to apply. 



For for information, please contact Lori Vine, SSAC Advisor
(916) 979-8644