Advisory Council Members
Frequent Questions and Answers
What is an Advisory Council?
An Advisory Council is a group of parents/guardians, grandparents, or other community members who have a vested interest in public schools with a desire to help make positive changes that promote the community school. The council serves in an advisory capacity to the principal on issues that might affect the entire school community.
Why do we have an Advisory Council?
The primary purpose of the Advisory Council is to serve in an advisory capacity to the principal and school board on matters that affect the school site. Local school advisory councils shall provide a means for citizens to have an integral part in the decision making process at the school that he/she serves.
Who can serve as an Advisory Counil member?
An advisory council member must be an adult who is a proponent of public education and must have demonstrated continual involvement and service to his/her local school.
When does Advisory Council meet?
The Advisory Counil meets once per quarter at 7:00 AM.
What do I do if I am interested in serving as an advisory council member?
Interested parties should submit a letter of interest with a resume to the local school board advisory council.