The Encinitas Union School District has several advisory committees which include members of the school community and district staff. The following are current advisory committees in EUSD:
The Citizens Oversight Committee oversees how the Proposition P (passed in 2010) bond funds are spent in the district. The bond money will benefit EUSD facilities and will assist in modernizing classrooms, renovating facilities, providing technology tools for students and teachers, providing green energy efficiency such as solar energy, and developing the district’s Farm Lab. For more information about Proposition P and the Citizens Oversight Committee, click here.
A Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is made up of parents, educators and community members who are involved in special education. The CAC of the North Coast Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE) provides meetings and special events throughout the year and advises the superintendents of the 14 school districts about special education services. Each meeting includes information on a special education topic, resources for families and opportunities to meet with other parents to exchange resources, information and ideas. For more information about the CAC, click here.
The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) has the responsibility to advise the school district on how to improve programs and services for English learners as well as ensuring that the district comply with federal and state requirements for English learners. DELAC representatives are selected by each school’s English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) to represent their school and their suggestions on improving services for English learners at the district level. For more information about services for English learners, click here.
The Green Team is comprised of parents, staff and community members and is responsible for the implementation of green initiatives throughout the school district. For more information about the district’s Green Initiatives, click here.
Each district school has active PTA participation and memberships. Each district school’s PTA is led by a PTA President who oversees the parent education and volunteer programs at that particular site. EUSD Superintendent, Dr. Baird, meets on a regular basis with all district PTAs throughout the school year. For more information about the district’s PTA school units, click here.
Each district school has an active School Site Council (SSC) which is comprised of an equal representation of elected school staff members and parents. The SSC Chairperson helps to organize, convene and lead meetings of the SSC. For more information about School Site Council, click here.
EUSD’s Wellness Committee is comprised of members from all areas of the district community – parents, staff and community members. The Wellness Committee meets monthly to discuss prominent wellness issues in EUSD and the supports the engagement of student health and wellness. For more information about the Wellness Committee, please contact Mim Michelove, Director of Farm Lab or Lea Bonelli, Director of Child Nutrition Services.
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
October 12 – El Camino Creek, Multi-purpose Room
November 9 – Paul Ecke Central, Room 29
January 4 – Park Dale Lane, Multi-purpose Room
May 3 – Farm Lab
For more information about the district’s Advisory Committees, please contact 760.944.4300.