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1002.1 Citizens' Advisory Commitee: Organization and Dissolution

The Board or Directors may from time to time appoint citizens’ advisory committees to study matters pertaining to the educational problems of the school district.  Such committees shall deal with specific problems identified and recognized by school officials.
Such problems may be recommended for study by staff members or groups, interested lay people, or community organizations generally related to the schools.
The functions of citizens’ advisory committees shall be clearly defined at the outset, and shall be considered fulfilled when the committee has made its final report--through the superintendent--to the Board of Directors.
Cross Reference:           203.6    Citizens’ Advisory Committee
Adopted:  April 14, 1986                      
Reviewed:   March 20, 2000            
October 18, 2004
April 19, 2010
May 18, 2015