The purpose of the AAPAC Council is to improve academic outcomes and ensure equitable participation
in opportunities that support success in college and career by engaging parents
and caregivers of African American students.
The AAPAC exists to support academic outcomes, to ensure a positive district and parental partnership for improvement and developing parent and community engagement resulting in academic, social and emotional well being for African American students Pre-K - 12.
2. Cultural Relevance
1. Develop school and district parent advisory
groups and collaborative councils for parents and caregivers of African
American students. Create parent liaisons through the advisory council for
African American parents/caregivers.
2. Provide ongoing cultural
response and culture sensitivity training for all classified, certificated,
and administrative staff.
3. Reach out to parents/caregivers
of African American students through Parent Engagement Leadership
Initiative (PELI) programs.Goals
1. Empower parents to advocate for the needs of their children by advocating for improvement and expansion of opportunities and quality programs.
2. Encourage and reinforce equitable practices at the site, district, and community level, through collaborative, shared decision making process with school, district and community stakeholders.