District Advisory Committee
The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DAC) is a district-level committee made up of parents by EIA/SCE and staff who advise the Board of Trustees and district staff on behalf of EIA compensatory education program participants.
- DAC Agenda/Minutes
English Learner Advisory Committee
The English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) has the responsibility to advise schools on how to improve programs and services for English Language Learners as well as ensuring that the school comply with federal and state requirements. Currently, the following schools have an active ELAC: Capri, La Costa Heights, Ocean Knoll, Park Dale Lane and Paul Ecke Central.
District English Learner Advisory Committee
The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) has the responsibility to advise the school district on how to improve programs and services for English Language Learners as well as ensuring that the district comply with federal and state requirements. DELAC representatives are selected by the school’s ELAC to represent them and their suggestions on improving programs and services at the district level.
- DELAC Agenda/Minutes
Community-Based English Tutoring Program
The Community-Based English Tutoring Program (CBET) helps the district provide free programs of English language instruction to parents or other adult members of the community who pledge to tutor English language learners. Adult English learners meet twice a week in the evening to learn the English language in order to support their children with their homework and in reading. Currently, the CBET program is housed at Paul Ecke Central School.
GATE Advisory Council
Curriculum Advisory Committee
Instructional Improvement Committee – Language Arts
Instructional Improvement Committee – Math and Science
Instructional Improvement Committee – Visual and Performing Arts
Instructional Improvement Committee – Health and Physical Education
Instructional Improvement Committee – History and Social Science
Legislative Action Committee
Strategic Planning Committee
The EUSD Technology Committee sets the vision and provides leadership for the infusion of technology at all levels throughout the District. The Committee recently updated the District's Technology Plan
which was approved for a 5-year cycle by the San Diego County Office of Education and the California Department of Education. The Plan is compliant with the parameters set by No Child Left Behind. The Technology Committee meets periodically as needed.
The Web Committee develops and maintains various aspects of the school web sites. Composed of teachers and administrators, the committee meets monthly.