• 2023-24 MEETINGS

    Thursday, October 26th, Education Center, Boardroom, 4 - 5:30 PM
    Thursday, November 30th, Education Center, Boardroom, 4 - 5:30 PM  
    Thursday, January 25th, Education Center, Boardroom, 4 - 5:30 PM  
    Thursday, February 22nd, Education Center, Boardroom, 4 - 5:30 PM  
    Thursday, March 28th, Education Center, Boardroom, 4 - 5:30 PM  

    2024-25 MEETINGS

    To Be Determined


    The District Advisory Committee (DAC) is a volunteer committee required by state law. The committee is made up of one parent representative from each school site that receives State Compensatory Education funds. The funds are given to schools based on free and reduced lunch count and target students who test less than proficient. When a school receives these funds a school advisory committee is formed with parents and staff.  Representatives are encouraged to share information with their School Site Council.

    The goals and objectives of the DAC are to review the Consolidated Programs, provide advice, assistance and advisory recommendations to the BCSD Board of Education on the Consolidated Funding Program, and provide input to educational projects funded under Title I/ SCE and support parental educational programs as it pertains to the goals and objectives of this committee. The ultimate goal is to improve the education of students participating in State Compensatory Education or Title I Programs.

    The DAC consults with the district and facilitates coordination and cooperation of parents, staff, and the community on matters related to Title I programs. The DAC provides a forum for communication and information through the DAC representative. Activities include providing input on and reviewing the district's LEA Plan and is also a forum to provide input on the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

    Reasons why to attend the DAC

    • DAC is a district-level advisory group comprised of parents, site staff, and community leaders who consult with the Board of Education and district staff on behalf of the Compensatory Education participants.
    • The DAC venue provides the District and community with an opportunity to provide LCAP information and collect feedback. In support of this work, we incorporate an LCAP summary presentation.
    • District initiatives and parent involvement activities are shared at each meeting.
    • Best Practices are shared regularly by proven District leaders.
    • This is the best place to discuss best practices as well as develop advice for the BOE. Advice regarding centralized services for the Board of Education is collected here.


    For more information regarding DAC, please contact: 

    Joshua Porter, Ed.D, Director of Educational Services @ jporter@fjuhsd.org  or 714-870-2872

    Melissa Freeman, Ed.D., Coordinator of Educational Services @ mfreeman@fjuhsd.org or 714-870-2805

Last Modified on July 9, 2024