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Community Education Advisory Council

The purpose of the Advisory Council is to:

  • Advise the Director of Community Education on matters that relate to responsible development of programs in the school district;
  • Maintain and improve communications between the community and the school district and its programs; and
  • Promote the development of healthy, youth and adult programs.

What does the Community Education Advisory Council do?

The Community Education Council makes recommendations on items pertaining to the following areas: We meet 4 times a year for approximately an hour.

  • Programs, classes, policies, services, and facilities
    • Promotes and fosters new programs and coordinates these with existing community programs to avoid unnecessary duplication.
  • Community
    • Provides input anticipating the needs and wants of the community as they relate to community education.
  • Communication
    • Serves as liaison between the community and the school district in evaluating community education needs.
  • Finance
    • Recommends approval of the annual community education budget and advises on the use of community funds.
  • Philosophy
    • Advocates for continued quality in community education.

What are the qualifications?

  • Connected to Brooklyn Center Community Schools 286/community
  • Available to meet four times annually
  • Committed to lifelong learning
  • Communicates effectively
  • Able to work in a group setting
  • Willing to share expertise and skills
  • Willing to learn

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