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NBISD Committees

New Braunfels ISD has a number of advisory committees that are comprised of community members, parents and NBISD employees. The committees provide input and feedback on specific topics to the Board of Trustees as well as campus and district administration. NBISD has the following committees:

 

Districtwide Education Improvement Council (DEIC)

The Districtwide Education Improvement Council (committee) shall advise the Board, or its designee, in establishing and reviewing the District’s educational goals, objectives, and major districtwide classroom instructional programs identified by theBoard or its designee. The committee shall serve exclusively in an advisory role except that the committee shall approve staff development of a districtwide nature and perform all other statutorily mandated duties as may be required. (See NBISD Board Policy BQA (LOCAL))

 

Related Online Information: http://pol.tasb.org/Policy/Download/325?filename=BQA(LOCAL).pdf

Contact: Office of the Assistant Superintendent of Accountability & Instruction at (830) 643-5747


 

Facilities Planning Committee

The New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees recently voted to begin the formation of a new Facilities Planning Committee (FPC) to develop a facilities plan for both current and future district facilities. The district is now accepting applications for interested committee members until 5 p.m. on Oct. 31, 2016. The committee will be comprised of 25 members and five alternates.

 

Related Online Informationhttps://www.nbisd.org/page/FPC.2021

Contact: Superintendent’s Office at (830) 643-5705


 

Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)

The NBISD Parent Advisory Committee was established with the goal of building a family support system for student success.  Parental involvement is paramount in NBISD as it partners with parents to enhance the academic and social success of all students.

 

Related Online Information: https://www.nbisd.org/upload/page/0204/docs/District_PIP_2012-13.pdf

Contact: NBISD Department of Student Services at (830) 643-5704


 

School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

The SHAC is a group of individuals representing segments of the community including parents of NBISD students. The SHAC provides advice on coordinated school health programming and its impact on student health and learning. The SHAC provides recommendations specific to changes and/or additions to the school's health education curriculum or instruction that may impact the students and staff of NBISD. Currently the SHAC meets four times per school year and reports annually to the Board of Trustees. The Department of State Health Services mandates that each district have a SHAC. Details can be found at Title 2, Chapter 28, Section 28.004 of the Texas Education Code.

 

Related Online Information: https://www.nbisd.org/page/health.shac

Contact: NBISD Department of Health Services at (830) 643-5783


 

Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC)

The purpose of the NBISD SEPAC is to collaborate and create a partnership between the district and parents so communication, action and positive progress can result in benefit for the special education community in NBISD. This committee will allow for opportunities for parents to formulate suggestions and to participate, as appropriate, in decisions regarding the education of NBISD’s special education children.

 

Related Online Information: https://www.nbisd.org/page/sped.sepac

Contact: NBISD Department of Special Education at (830) 643-5757


 

Bilingual Committees

Bilingual/ESL Parent Advisory Committee:  The Bilingual/ESL Parent Advisory Committee was established as a way to enhance parent engagement and involvement in our programs. Using parent input, we can create and improve our programs that result in strong family partnerships and greater student achievement. This committee meets twice per year - Fall and Spring.

Title III Comprehensive Needs Assessment Committee: This committee meets once per year to evaluate the Bilingual and ESL programs and determine needs for the upcoming year. Stakeholders include administrators, teachers, parents, and community members.

Campus Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC): Each campus has an LPAC Committee that meets throughout the year. The duties of the LPAC include identification of English Learners (EL), reclassification of EL, instructional accommodation and state testing recommendations, and progress monitoring. The role of the LPAC parent is to represent all EL students in the decision-making for these students.

 

 

Related Online Information: https://www.nbisd.org/page/DL.Bilingual_Committees

Contact: NBISD Dual language Program at 830-643-5738

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