Committees

For more information on the work of these district committees, please contact Julie McCluskie at jmccluskie@summit.k12.co.us or call the Central Office at 668-3011.

Calendar Committee

The Summit School District Calendar Committee was formed in October 2004 and charged with the work of creating a school calendar that supports and enhances student learning. The committee is made up of parents, teachers, administrators and community members. The committee’s goal is to look at future school calendars in an effort to adopt a multi-year calendar that is based on the committee’s guiding principles.
2007-2008 calendar adopted by the School Board

Citizen’s Budget Advisory Committee

The Citizen’s Budget Advisory Committee meets periodically to assist the District Accountability Advisory Committee and School Board in creating a better public understanding of the school district budget and to identify budgetary priorities and needs. The committee is made up of parents, community members, teachers and administrators.

District Accountability Advisory Committee (DAAC)

The DAAC committee is state-mandated and generally meets on the third Monday of each month from 4:15-6:00 p.m. at the Central Administration Office. Members are asked to serve a two-year term. The scope of the committee’s work includes defining and measuring the quality of education our students receive and advising the BOE in matters of budgeting and student achievement.

Nutrition Advisory Committee

The Nutrition Advisory Committee meets periodically and consists of food service employees, parents and staff. The committee’s goal is to continue to improve the nutritional content of our school lunches and to assist the district’s Food Services Department with providing opportunities to practice healthy eating.

Personnel Performance Advisory Council

The Personnel Performance Advisory Council is a state-mandated committee that meets periodically throughout the school year. The committee’s charge is to look at the school district’s evaluation process for teachers and staff members and to align the process with the district’s Strategic Plan.

Special Education Vision Team

The Special Education Vision Team was created in 2004 with the mission of creating the model for best practices in Special Education programming. A group of 27 members consisting of staff, parents and community members met throughout the 2004-2005 school year to develop an action plan that resulted in a strategic plan that outlines the committee’s goals and strategies. The committee will continue to meet quarterly during the 2005-2006 school year to monitor the implementation of the plan.

Character Education Team

ACE Vision Team

ELA Vision Team

Facilities Planning Committee

Support Staff Advisory Committee