District Improvement Committee
The District Improvement Committee’s primary purpose is to advise district administration in the planning, operating, supervising and evaluating of the district’s educational program.
The duties of the District Improvement Committee include:
- attend all five meetings and be a willing participant;
- being involved in establishing and reviewing the district’s educational plans, goals, performance objectives and major classroom instructional programs;
- addressing all pertinent federal planning requirements;
- assisting district administration annually in preparing, reviewing and revising the District Improvement Plan;
- holding one public meeting annually, after receipt of district-level performance report, to discuss district performance and district performance objectives;
- advising district staff regarding the district’s discipline management program, including the Student Code of Conduct;
- advising administration regarding districtwide staff development plans, waivers to the Texas Education Agency and textbook adoptions.
The District Improvement Committee meets five times a year. Nominations for new members are submitted from mid-June to the beginning of September.
The committee includes:
- Parents (10 members)
- Community (4 members)
- Business (4 members)
- High School Students (9 members)
- District Professionals (20 members – teachers, counselors, administration)
Student members shall serve a one-year term. All other members of the District Improvement Committee shall serve a two-year term. The district provides appropriate training for new and returning members.
For more detailed information on the District Improvement Committee, click on the Board Policy BQA (LOCAL) on the left hand side of the page.