Committees

Committees


District Committee Application

The above-linked application offers the opportunity to submit an application for either the Districtwide Educational Improvement Council (DWEIC), the Community Curriculum Advisory Committee (CCAC), and/or the School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC). The applications are due on Monday, Aug. 17, 2020, by 8 a.m.

Districtwide Educational Improvement Council (DWEIC)

The Districtwide Educational Improvement Council (DWEIC) is a committee of parents, business and community members, teachers, principals, and other district staff who advise the Board in establishing and reviewing the District's educational goals and objectives. DWEIC also reviews major districtwide classroom instructional programs and advises on districtwide staff development.

The district is seeking the following representatives for the DWEIC:

  • Parent Volunteers – must be a parent/guardian of a current Leander ISD student and may not be employed by the district.
  • Community Member Volunteers – must reside in district, must be at least 18 years old, may not be employed by the district, and may not be a parent of a current Leander ISD student.
  • Business Representative Volunteers – may be selected without regard to whether they reside in the District or whether the business they represent is located in the District.

DWEIC meets approximately seven times a year, 5–6:30 p.m. The meetings are scheduled to be held at the LISD Leander Extended Opportunity (LEO) building located at 300 S. West Drive, Leander.

LOCAL and LEGAL BQA

Community Curriculum Advisory Committee (CCAC)

The Community Curriculum Advisory Committee (CCAC) is a group of LISD parents, teachers, principals, students, business and community members who gather with the primary function to advise on the written, taught, and tested curriculum, related instructional resources, and potential new programs and courses. This year’s CCAC work will focus on our PreK–12 Humanities curriculum.

The district is seeking an inclusive group of representatives for the 2020-21 school year:

  • Parent/Guardian Volunteers
  • MS and HS Student Volunteers
  • Teachers, Administration, Faculty and Staff Volunteers
  • Institutions of Higher Education Volunteers
  • Community and Business Member Volunteers

CCAC meets approximately 5-6 times a year. Once we have our list of volunteers, we’ll work as a community to determine our meeting times so that we may be as inclusive as possible in our commitments to this community curriculum partnership.

School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)

The School Health Advisory Committee, made up of school personnel, community members and parents, recommends a coordinated health program for elementary and middle school students.

Leander ISD is committed to having a safe and healthy environment for students, families and staff. By addressing nutrition, physical activity, health education and substance abuse prevention in a variety of ways and to a variety of audiences, we hope to raise the awareness levels and the skills for all to live a healthy life.

SHAC meets approximately 3-4 times a year, from 5:30–7:30 p.m. Dates will be confirmed at a later time. The location is 1900 Cougar Country Dr., Cedar Park (across from Running Brushy Middle School).

LOCAL AND LEGAL BDF

Leander ISD Board Policies:

School Health Advisory Council - BDF (Legal)
Coordinated School Health Program - EHAA (Legal)
Wellness - FFA (Legal)
Nutrition - FFA (Local)
Health Services - FFAE (Legal), FFAF (Legal), FFAF (Local)
Physical Activity - EHAB (Legal), EHAC (Legal)

LISD Board Reports:

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Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) Program | LISD Wellness Vision Statement  | 2018 Wellness Plan

More information about SHAC. 

Site-based Planning Committee (SBPC)

Each campus within Leander ISD has a Site-Based Planning Committee (SBPC) with an aim of improving the achievement of all students. These committees are composed of district employees, community members, business representatives and parents.

SBPC members provide input to the principal on a wide variety of subjects, including planning, curriculum, budgeting, staff development, staffing patterns and school organization.

Each fall there are elections for parent representatives. (Parents can only serve as a parent representative at the campus where they have a child attending school.) If you would like to find out more information about the council, or run for one of the parent seats (or nominate someone for one of the seats), please call the campus your student attends. The district will offer training in September for those elected to serve on the SBPCs.