District Accountability Committee

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Contact the District Accountability Committee

If you have questions for the DAC, please email DAC@dcsdk12.org


Upcoming DAC Meeting

Click on the Meetings and Minutes tab at the left for meeting agendas and materials. 

 

The next DAC Meeting is scheduled for September 8, 2020 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and will be held remotely via Zoom:
https://dcsdk12.zoom.us/j/95253393047
Meeting ID: 952 5339 3047
+17209289299 US (Denver)

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DAC Meeting Schedule

2020-2021

August 11, 2020 - Remote Meeting
September 8 - Remote Meeting
October 13
November 17
December 8
January 12
February 9
March 9
April 13
May 18
June 8

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Join the District Accountability Committee

For information about applying for membership on the District District Accountability Committee (DAC) click on the Membership Application tab.

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The District Accountability Committee (DAC) helps to collect feedback from School Accountability Committees and then advises the Board of Education regarding spending priorities.

In Colorado, it is a statutory requirement for every school district to have a District Accountability Committee (DAC). The committee is made up of parents, teachers, DCSD staff, and community members and serves in an advisory capacity to the Douglas County School District Board of Education.

The District Accountability Committee (DAC) meets monthly throughout the year and makes recommendations to the Board regarding spending District money, charter school applications, improvement plans and parent engagement plans. The committee's members also make recommendations for areas and issues for study, as well as teacher and principal assessment tools.

DAC values ongoing feedback from each school’s School Accountability Committee (SAC) and provides training and information SACs can share with each school community.

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