District Advisory Council (DAC)

The purpose of the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Advisory Council (DAC) is to serve in an advisory capacity to the school district and to serve as a communication link between the schools and communities which constitute the school district. 

DAC delegates have the opportunity to 1) promote school activities, 2) react to new school programs and activities, 3) encourage and promote District unity through support of districtwide programs and activities, and 4) serve as a sounding board for student concerns, parent concerns, community concerns, administrative concerns, and local school concerns. 

In addition, DAC delegates have the opportunity and/or responsibility to provide community representation on a variety of districtwide committees which may be involved in activities such as: 1) investigation and study of concepts (such as year-round schools, middle schools, community education, reporting systems, multicultural education, career education, minimum competency standards, etc.); 2) selection of textbooks and instructional materials; and 3) investigation of problems affecting schools and development of possible solutions.

2018-2019 Meetings

Meeting Date Agenda Minutes
September 11, 2018AgendaMinutes 
November 13, 2018Agenda Minutes
January 8, 2019AgendaMinutes
February 12, 2019AgendaMinutes
March 12, 2019
May 14, 2019
June 11, 2019 

2016-2017 Meetings

September 13, 2016Agenda
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November 8, 2016Agenda 
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January 10, 2017Agenda
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February 14, 2017Agenda
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March 14, 2017Agenda
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May 9, 2017Agenda
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