Get Involved: Serve on an Advisory Council

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Are you interested in getting more involved with the District? Consider serving on an Advisory Council this year! It is a great way to share your talents and unique perspectives. 

Whatever your interest or experience, we have something that should appeal to you!

  • Activities Advisory Committee
  • Community Education Advisory Council
  • District Curriculum Advisory Committee
  • Fiscal Planning Advisory Committee
  • Fundraising Advisory Council
  • Indian Education Advisory Group
  • Continuing Education Relicensure Committee
  • Special Education Advisory Committee
  • Superintendent Advisory Council
  • Safe & Supportive Schools Committee
  • Work Experience Advisory Committee
  • District Technology Advisory Committee
  • Health, Wellness & Safety Committee

Learn more about each committee on our District's Get Involved web page, including meeting dates and contact information.

We truly value the perspectives, input and guidance from our community—your voice matters to us!


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