District Level Advisory Committees

  • Shakopee Public Schools invites and encourages community involvement in its mission to ensure academic excellence for all learners. Each year parents, staff, and community members work together on advisory committees to enhance the programs, activities, opportunities and environment necessary for learning. The following list offers a few details about the opportunities to get involved. If you have an interest in a particular committee's work, please get in touch with the contact person listed.

    In finalizing committee membership, the district attempts to involve a diverse representation of a broad, cross section of our community while balancing experience and expertise in the committee's mission.

    Curriculum Advisory Council
    The Curriculum Advisory Council provides feedback to administration regarding proposed curriculum program improvements. The council, comprised of parents, staff and community members, act as a resource for curriculum evaluation to ensure that all curriculum offerings meet the Shakopee District Strategic Plan and Mission. CAC meets three to four times during the school year from 6:30-8:00 P.M.
    For more information, contact Nancy Thul, Director of Teaching and Learning
     
    Community Education Advisory Committee Learn More
    The Community Education Advisory Council makes recommendations on Community Education policies, budget and services. The council represents a cross-section of the school district community representing such areas as senior citizens, community organizations, townships, parents, young adults to name a few. The council meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 6:00 P.M.
    For more information, contact Bob Greeley, Director of Community Education

    Special Education Parent Advisory Committee Learn More
    The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEPAC) advises the school district on special education program improvements and provides support to families with students in special education programs. SEPAC meets monthly during the school year.
    For more information, contact Michelle Cuka, Special Education Supervisor.   

    Central Family Center Advisory Council/PTO
    The Parent Advisory Council works to support the Shakopee School District Early Childhood programs and services to families. The advisory council assists in developing, planning and monitoring early childhood programs in the school district. The group meets the first Tuesday of each month.
    For more information, contact  Elaine Berens, Central Family Center Building Secretary 

    District Level Planning Committees
    Special committees are formed as needed to advise the school board on education related issues. Examples include financial, facility and strategic planning committees.
    For more information, contact Sarah Koehn, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent