Black Village Family Advisory Committee


    Mission Statement
    The Black Village Family Advisory Committee (BVFAC) advocates for the needs of students, and families of students, who identify in whole or in part as Black/African-American/African attending Hillsboro School District schools. As a Hillsboro School District supported Parent Advisory Committee (PAC), we aim to support students and families by identifying potential barriers and inequities which hinder the academic experience for Black students, and then advocating for them in communication with the district school board, administrators, faculty, and staff. We accomplish this through listening to our Black students and families, creating a sense of community, and providing resources as well as a platform for their voices to be heard.

    Family Engagement
    The Black Village Family Advisory Committee meets once a month to host family engagement events. 


  • Black Village Family Advisory Committee Meeting on Zoom
    Monday, March 13
    6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
    Meeting ID: 842 2714 6005

    The Black Village welcomes you to our Culture Book Reading Day!

    Where: J.W. Poynter Middle School Library
    Date: Wednesday, March 22nd
    Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    Ages: 2t - 7 years old, but all are welcome!

    *Refreshments will be provided

    We will be reading a wonderful children's book Sulwe by Lupita Nyong'o. Come gather and join us for games, food and activities!

    Advance RSVP to is requested. 

    Black Village Culture Book Reading Day


  • BVFAC Board

    • Cyre Files-Group Chair
    • Olson Miller- Group Vice Chair
    • David Steinhauer- Group Facilitator

    Group Contact:

    Click here to be added to our communications list and be notified of upcoming meetings and events!