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What is School Accountability Committee (SAC)?

The purpose of the SAC is to inform, encourage and provide opportunities for parent and community members to be involved in the planning and evaluation of the school’s instructional program and quality improvement processes. The SAC makes recommendations concerning the school’s Performance, Improvement, Priority Improvement, or Turnaround plan, and meets at least quarterly to discuss implementation of the school’s plan and other progress pertinent to the school’s accreditation contract with the Board of Education.

NEXT MEETING
Tuesday, December 1 from 4:30-5:30pm 

Zoom link: to come

2020-2021 Meetings & Minutes

Where: Virtual

Time: 4:30-5:30 pm

  • September 29, 2020 (AgendaMinutes)
  • November 10, 2020 - SPECIAL TIME! This week only. Meeting to follow PTO Meeting at 5:30pm. Join Zoom call at 4:30 to listen in! (AgendaMinutes)
  • December 1, 2020
  • February 2, 2021
  • March 2, 2021
  • May 4, 2021 

           * dates are subject to change

2020-2021 Committee Members

SAC Chair: Sharon Kolleth - Term 20-21
DAC Liaison: Cami Caldwell - Term 20-22
SAC Recorder: Catherine Ness - Term 20-22
PTO Liaison: Katie Lemeshewsky - Term 19-21
Community Rep: Karen Wendling - Term 19-21
Teacher Rep: Kathy Landgrave - Term 20-22
Principal: Pamela Pekarek
Assistant Principal: Melissa Reister

Helpful Links

DAC - The District Accountability Committee helps to collect feedback from School Accountability Committees and then advises the Board of Education regarding spending priorities.

Parent University - The Parent University is designed to support and empower parents to become leaders and advocates for their child's learning.

Rest of the Story Articles - DCSD wants families, staff, and community members to know the full story (beyond the info you might learn from reporters and the news).

SAC Bylaws - adopted October 25, 2017

Who attends SAC meetings?

There shall be seven voting members consisting of:

  1. Principal – The principal of the school or the principal’s designee.
  2. Teacher – One teacher who provides instruction at the school.
  3. Three parents or legal guardians – Three parents or legal guardians of students enrolled in the school.
  4. PTO Adult – One adult member of an organization of parents, teachers, and students (PT)) recognized by the school.
  5. Community – One person from the community not otherwise included above (Article IV, Section A, 1-4) and, if practical, represents the business community. “Community” is defined broadly to mean lives or owns a business in Douglas County and is not a relative of or a legal guardian of a student attending the school they represent.
  6. Non-Voting Members - At the option of the SAC, non-voting members may be selected by a simple majority vote of the above voting members. Non-voting members will be active participants in SAC, but will not be called upon to vote should a vote of the SAC be necessary.