Area Advisory Council (AAC)
Area Advisory CouncilEach school shall belong to an Area Advisory Council (AAC). Representatives to the Area Advisory Council shall be the principal and the SAC chair or their designees. AACs shall elect their own chairperson, vice-chairperson and secretary. AACs shall create their own set of bylaws and are governed by the Sunshine Law. The purpose of the AAC is to facilitate communication among the schools in each feeder pattern. Area Advisory Councils are comprised of the School Advisory Council (SAC) Chair and the Principal of each school, within a feeder pattern (see below). The School Advisory Councils and Area Advisory Councils work together to ensure stakeholders are able to provide input. The collaboration between the SAC, AAC, and DAC plays an important role in ensuring concerns are addressed and updates are provided The principal of the high school in the area SAC feeder pattern shall be responsible for assuring that the AAC is meeting the required quarterly minimum of meetings.
The Area Advisory Council Chairman and Area Advisory Council Secretary are responsible for keeping accurate, complete minutes. An electronic copy of the minutes should be provided, in a timely manner, to the Office of School Improvement no later than the 10th of the month following the meeting by emailing email@example.com. The lead principal for the area will provide support in this area as needed.
On Monday, August 26th, 2019 the District Advisory Council (DAC) voted to revise the Area Advisory Council (AAC) feeder patterns. To ensure there is more alignment with the transportation boundaries and new dedicated magnet schools, the DAC has agreed feeder pattern below. All schools are a part of an Area Advisory Council (AAC). For more informaiton on what the AAC does, please view the PowerPoint on the School Advisory Council Page.
Area Advisory Council Feeder Patterns (revised 11/10/21)