Member ResponsibilitiesAs a member of the Citizensí Advisory Council, your primary responsibility is to act as a liaison between the school you represent and the council. This means you represent your school to the general membership and leaders of the CAC, and secondly, you represent the CAC at your school. You are also encouraged to pursue your individual interests or further represent your school by serving on a Committee. For a full version of this information, you can download a PDF Version of the CAC Memberís Handbook.
The General Council Meetings are the best way to be informed about what is happening on a district level. The Citizens’ Advisory Council is here to be the voice of the community. Open discussions give members a chance to let their concerns and comments be heard and every member has the right to be heard. Please keep in mind that meetings need to run in a productive manner. Members should conduct themselves with rules of common courtesy, such as showing respect for one another, allowing a member to finish their remarks, refraining from inappropriate language or from just speaking out; please be respectful and raise your hand. Comments should be in good taste and demonstrate consideration for others. Comments regarding specific individuals are inappropriate and will be ruled out of order. The council is governed by the Open Meetings Act, Robert’s Rules of Order and the CAC By-Laws during meetings.