DAAC (District Advisory Accountability Committee)
What DAAC is:
- State law and district policy require that a committee of teachers, parents, and other community members work together to advise and oversee the work of the district to achieve its obligations and goals for our students.
Why DAAC is important:
- DAAC is an important part of the seamless unity between the district and community that facilitates the success of our students.
- It provides a good platform for the community to keep abreast of the work that the district is doing but to also ask questions and provide input.
Stakeholders advise and hold Estes Park School District accountable in terms of their mission, vision, and goals.
Our diverse community works with the district to assure that our students graduate with the knowledge, skills, and experiences needed to be successful and responsible citizens.
BoE Charges for 2018-2019:
The Board of Education formally adopted the following DAAC charges for the 2018-2019 school year:
Goal – Continue a focus on the education of the whole child, to include social-emotional learning (SEL), mental health and wrap-around services, and physical wellness.
Goal – Strengthen school, family, and community engagement to provide meaningful and continuous professional learning experiences.
Goal – Ensure educational excellence for every student through a curriculum that meets our Ends and supports our Global Outcomes.
Review and provide input for Career Technical Education (CTE) and work-based learning programs.
To act as a 1338 Evaluation Committee to review and to monitor teacher and principal accountability.
Review of Unified Improvement Plans (UIPs) and School Improvement Plans (SIP).
To review and monitor the current budget and provide input for budget considerations for the 2018-2019 school year, as well as review of Mill Levy funds and distribution.
Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings.
Dates: The 2nd Tuesday of the months of October, November, January, February, March, and April.
Time: 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Place: District Office Conference Room