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Citizen Advisory Committees   

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The Governing Board recognizes that citizen advisory committees enable the Board to better understand the beliefs, attitudes and opinions held by the community.

The Board shall establish citizen advisory committees to consider school problems and issues as the need arises or when required by law. Such committees shall serve in a strictly advisory capacity; they may make recommendations regarding Board policy, but their actions shall not be binding on the Board. The Board may dissolve any advisory committees not required by law at any time.

Advisory committees should include representation from all affected parties. With Board approval, the Superintendent or designee may appoint committee members.

Within budget allocations, the Superintendent or designee may approve requests for committee travel and may reimburse committee members for expenses at the same rates and under the same conditions as those provided for district employees.

(cf. 4133/4233/4333- Travel Expenses)

Legal Reference:


8070 Vocational education advisory committee

11503 Parent involvement program

35147 School site councils and advisory committees

35172 Promotional activities

44032 Travel expense payment

44033 Automobile allowances

52012 School site council

52065 American Indian advisory committee

52176 Advisory committees (LEP program)

52852 Site council, school-based program coordination

54425 Advisory committees; compensatory education

54444.1-54444.2 Services to migrant children; parent advisory councils

54724 Site council, motivation and maintenance program

56190-56194 Community advisory committee, special education

62002.5 Continuing parent advisory committees; schools receiving funds from economic impact aid or bilingual education act


820.9 Members of local public boards not vicariously liable

54950-54963 The Ralph M. Brown Act


251.20 Advisory committee, Indian education


adopted: January 12, 1995 Petaluma, California