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Serves as an advisory committee to the School Board and Superintendent. The AAC serves the purpose of involving parents, partners, teachers, administrators, employees and volunteers in reviewing the numerous variables that impact upon the District’s ability to provide excellence in education to all of the District’s students and provide them with the knowledge, skills and ethics required for responsible citizenship and productive employment.
Appointed by the School Board, the Audit Committee provides (1) guidance to the Inspector General, and (2) advice and recommendations to the School Board on matters affecting the adequacy of internal controls, accounting procedures, systems and controls, and financial reporting.
The Budget Advisory Committee serves as an advisory committee to the School Board for the purpose of making recommendations regarding the School District's annual budget and any policies and practices that may be relevant to the budgeting process.
Construction Oversight Review Committee (CORC) is a citizen-based committee created to assist the Board by providing oversight and review of, and making recommendations concerning, the Facilities Management's performance in building quality schools on time and within budget.
This committee serves to assist the Board and Superintendent regarding diversity and equity issues in academic and operational programs of the District. The DDEC was created as an advisory committee to the Board and Superintendent; represents the District's stakeholders with a membership that reflects the diversity of the student population.
The Finance Committee serves as an advisory committee to the School Board. Its mission and membership is consistent with School Board Policy 1.09, "Advisory Committees to the School Board." The need for a Finance Committee is created by School Board Policy 6.08, "Investment Policy," and is consistent with Florida Statute 218.415, "Local Government Investment Policies."
The Independent Referendum Oversight Committee created as the independent citizens' oversight committee to ensure that the proceeds of the School Board's November 2014 referendum are expended for the specific purposes set forth in the ballot measure or referendum as approved by voters in November 2014.
TAC’s mission is to provide expert knowledge, guidance, and to bring industry best practices to decisions regarding technology infrastructure and strategy. The committee’s responsibility is to gain an understanding of the technology across the School District including the schools. Additionally, TAC reviews and provides feedback on technology contracts for hardware, software, consultants, and training.