School and district advisory committees are one way to be involved in your child's education. Advisory committees are comprised of individuals bringing unique knowledge, skills, and experiences to share their opinions and perspectives, study issues, and develop recommendations that effectively guide PBVUSD toward meeting the needs of all students.
Consolidated Programs works with the following school-level and district-level advisory committees:
|Also known as
|District or Site level Meeting
|English Learner Advisory Committee
|Parents of ELs are elected to the ELAC. The ELAC meets at least 4 times per year and provides input and advice on matters pertaining to ELs, including the school's ELD plan, Language Acquisition programs, and English Learner needs assessments.
English Learner Advisory Committee
|A representative from each PBVUSD school is selected to advise the district on matters pertaining to English Learners. Parents of children identified as EL may be selected to serve on the committee. The DELAC provides input and advice on the LCAP, the Federal Addendum, and other district plans and policies, reclassification of ELs, and Language Acquisition programs. The committee meets at least 7 times per year.
(14 Title I schools)
|The SSC is a group of classroom teachers, parents, and administrators who work together to develop and monitor the school's plan for student achievement, including proposed expenditures from the budget. It is a legally required decision-making committee for any school receiving federal funds (Title I). Elections are held annually, and the committee must meet at least 6 times per year.
|District Advisory Committee
|A representative from each PBVUSD school is selected to advise the district on matters. The DAC provides input and advice on the LCAP, the Federal Addendum, Family Engagement Policy, and other district plans and policies. The DAC meets at least 3 times per year.
(14 Title I schools)
|A parent representative from each Title I school serves on a DAC subcommittee to provide input and advice on Title I programs, family engagement activities & policies. T1PS meets at least 2 times per year and only on months that do not have a DAC meeting scheduled.