Board appoints Citizen Advisory Committee

At its meeting on August 13, 2015, the Calvert County Board of Education appointed members of the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) for the 2015-2016 school year. The Calvert County Board of Education recognizes the importance of meaningful family and community input and annually appoints members to this committee. Citizens are encouraged to apply when applications are made available every June. Members are appointed on the basis of high school district. The membership typically consists of 25 members by district and 5 at-large members, plus a minimum of one student from each high school.

Calvert County Public Schools Policy #1210 states, “The CAC provides interested persons a means for taking an active role in public education. The committee reports directly to the Board of Education and serves in an advisory capacity. The CAC serves as a channel for feedback, advice and information on matters affecting the school district; provides a forum whereby the Board of Education or members of the Superintendent’s Office may discuss pending policy, budget, management, and instructional issues for comment by the CAC prior to determination; and provides a vehicle through which information can be shared with the community.”

During the 2015-2016 school year, the CAC plans to study and review equal opportunity for girls under Title 9, the academic achievement gaps among students in various groups, attendance, and opportunities for advanced learning.

CAC members for the 2015-2016 school year are:

Calvert High District
Maricarol Blanco Cloak
Mariann Crisman
Margaret Dunkle
Judy Hooker
Abiodun Ijaola
Elaine Reilly
Terese Wells
John Williamson

Huntingtown High District
Donald Clime
Derek Sabedra
Dee Dee Shirley
William Wiggins

Northern High District
Inez Claggett
Nicole Cooksey
Stefany Lang
Angela Novak
Debra Ruzinsky
George Sisson

Patuxent High District
Jack Fringer
Wanda Hassler
Culver Ladd
Richard Sanchez

The student members will be selected when the school year begins.

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