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District Site-Based Decision Making Committee

The Culberson County- lSD District Site-Based Decision Making Committee meets three times a year. All meetings are open to the public, and parents and community members are encouraged to participate.  Texas Senate Bill1, passed in May 1995, established District Site-Based Decision Making Committees to give support and direction to Campus Site Based Decision Making Committees and to serve as a central gathering and evaluation point for information coming from those Campus Committees.  Senate Bill1 also mandated the makeup of all Committees, both at the campus and district level. They were to include superintendents, district and campus staff, principals, teachers, parents, and business and community representatives- all of whom would have an equal vote on decisions made by the Committees.

Composition:

Elected professional staff
2/3 classroom teachers
1/3 other campus and district level professional staff.

Additional members selected based on local policy
Parents
Community members
Business and industry representatives

*There is no ratio in statute addressing the proportion of professional staff versus other members (i.e., parents, community, business representatives)

Roles and responsibilities

Planning; Budgeting; Curriculum; Staffing patterns; Staff development; School organization;
Approve Waiver; Discuss the academic performance of the district; Approve district proposed
calendar

Culberson County-Allamoore lSD Board Policy References: BQ(LEGAL), BQA(LEGAL), BQA(LOCAL), BQB(LEGAL), BQB(LOCAL)

 
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