Red Oak ISD Community Advisory Council
What is the Red Oak ISD Community Advisory Council (ROCAC)?
The Red Oak ISD Community Advisory Council is a group of approximately 40 interested individuals who meet 9-10 times per year to be a sounding board for the Superintendent on educational plans, goals, performance objectives, and major classroom instructional programs and offer insight into community perceptions.
Who is on the Council?
The ROCAC is made up of parents of students enrolled in the district, business leaders, realtors, clergy, elected officials, district staff, and community members.
What is the role of the Council?
The ROCAC is strictly advisory. Other matters that come before the Council include the district’s budget, the school calendar, plans for new developments and any new educational programs and initiatives. The Superintendent regularly consults with the ROCAC regarding matters about curriculum, new programs and initiatives, and progress toward achieving educational goals. Meetings are open to the public.
Why serve on the Council?
The ROCAC is made up of interested and involved individuals, and long-lasting relationships often develop among the members. The Superintendent and other top administrators are often at the meetings, and members can interact with them. Council members learn about the vital functions of the school district and have an opportunity to help in shaping the district’s educational programs.
When does the Council meet?
Meetings will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Red Oak ISD Education Service Center (Administration Building), in Conference Rm. C at 109 W. Red Oak Road. Meetings are on Mondays and last about 1½ hours.
- Monday, September 9
- Monday, October 14
- Monday, November 11
- Monday, December 9
- Monday, January 13
- Monday, February 10
- Monday, March 16
- Monday, April 13
- Monday, May 4
- Monday, June 8
For more information, contact Beth Trimble, Executive Director of Communications at email@example.com or call 972-617-4013.
The council is full for 2019-20.
Which Red Oak ISD Community Program is right for me?
The Red Oak ISD Community Partnership Academy is open to Red Oak ISD citizens and/or Red Oak area business owners that want to build their understanding of the school district, including the processes that operate within. Graduates from this academy will have an informed perspective on district operations and processes.
- Six half-day session (November 2019 – April 2020) Sessions run from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and include lunch.
- Sessions include tours of campus and district facilities.
- Participants will have the opportunity to visit with administrators and staff at both the campus and district level.
- Participants will visit with School Board members to learn about the Board’s responsibilities.
- Participants will learn about district operations and the impact thereof on the education of students as well as programs and curriculum that are chosen to support students academically.
- Application process
- Cost - $50.00 (scholarships available)
The Red Oak ISD Community Advisory Council is a group of approximately 45-50 district parents, business leaders, realtors, clergy, elected officials, community members and district staff who are a sounding board for the Superintendent and cabinet on district decisions and offer insight into community perceptions.
- 10 evening meetings a year (September 2019-May 2020)
- The ROCAC is strictly advisory.
- Matters that come before the Council include the district’s budget, the school calendar, plans for new developments and any new educational programs and initiatives.
- The Superintendent regularly consults with the Council regarding matters about curriculum, new programs and initiatives, and progress toward achieving educational goals.
- Application process
- Cost – FREE!