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The rescheduled meeting of the Citizens Curriculum Advisory Committee (CCAC) tonight, January 17 at 7:00 pm, has been rescheduled for Monday, January 23 at 7:00 pm in the Administration Center Board Room.
The Community Meeting that was previously scheduled for January 23 has been rescheduled to Monday, January 30, from 7-8:30pm in the Brookwood Public Library.
Click here to go to the CCAC portal site.Click here to download the minutes from the CCAC Panel Discussion Meeting Minutes from October 17, 2016Click here to download the audio session (1hr:15min) the Community Forum Feedback Meeting on October 24, 2016.
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Community Forums to Discuss Academic Program Development in HSD
In the spring of 2016, school leaders and District staff fielded concerns from several parents of middle and high school students about advanced course offerings and overall rigor and differentiation in our high school classes. In response, staff put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions and created a plan for gathering input from teachers, students and parents throughout the remainder of the year.
The first step of a three-part process for making changes to our academic programs and course offerings in 2017-18 will be to hold forums where students, staff, parents and community partners can share their beliefs and values about what students deserve from their school experience in Hillsboro School District. These will occur at staff meetings, in classes, and at evening sessions during the month of September.
District-sponsored sessions for parents and community members will occur as follows:
Spanish interpretation will be provided at all events.
If you cannot attend a forum, please complete our survey to provide feedback and create a documentation of our shared values. If you have a Google/Gmail account, please click here; otherwise, use this link.
Citizens' Curriculum Advisory Committee Meetings
Opportunities to hear perspectives regarding grouping of students—ability grouping vs. heterogeneous grouping for academic courses—will be as follows during upcoming Citizens’ Curriculum Advisory Committee (CCAC) meetings:
Opportunities to play a leadership role at the high school level (via Site Councils and parent organizations) can be accessed through principals:
There will be more public forums in the winter to gather feedback on proposed changes to the high school course catalog as well as forecasting protocols for students to access classes of their choice.
Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services