Poudre School District’s District Accountability Committee (DAC) has four open seats for parents to fill for the 2016-2017 school year.
The DAC consists of parent and school representatives who work together to offer recommendations about the district's spending priorities, improvement plan, and charter schools to the PSD Board of Education.
The following representative seats are open:
A parent representing students with disabilities (Integrated Services)
A parent representing English language learner students
New school supplies add to the excitement of a new school year, but thousands of local students will likely struggle to purchase school supplies this year. Through the “Supply Our Students,” program, several community partners are working to ensure all PSD students have the necessary school supplies.
Last spring, PSD conducted two surveys to gauge employee and parent attitudes about the organization. Overall, employee and parent satisfaction with PSD is comparable to the national average in every area.
Both groups indicated that positive connections exist between staff and parents. Nearly 90 percent of employee respondents affirmed that they have positive relationships with most parents. Similarly, about 90 percent of parents agreed that staff are friendly and encourage student responsibility.