Equity Advisory Council and the Office of Equity and Inclusion
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School District has a long-standing awareness of the importance of creating an equitable learning environment for all students and staff and developing collaborative partnerships with families and stakeholders that represent our diverse community. The Office of Equity and Inclusion will work to eliminate inequities by disrupting systems that have historically marginalized students through student empowerment and district support.
Gifted Program Advisory Council
The next meeting of GPAC will be held on September 21, 2021.
To advocate for students who need differentiated approaches for advanced instruction in order to meet their academic and intellectual needs.
To improve the overall quality of gifted programming for students in K-12.
To foster clear and constructive communications among parents, schools, and the school district.
To provide direct support for implementation of the focus practices of the 2019-2022 Plan Cycle.
To provide feedback to the parent and educational communities regarding the status and implementation of gifted programming at respective schools.
To recommend strategies for improving services and opportunities to students in K-12.
To serve as a liaison for sharing of programmatic successes and constructive feedback among the district, school and parent groups in our community.
Special Needs Advisory Council
The Special Needs Advisory Council (SNAC) strives to represent the interests of Exceptional Children (EC) students, with the goal of helping to improve the educational experience of EC students and promote inclusion and awareness to benefit all students in the CHCCS district. A full discussion of SNAC, including its purpose, meeting calendar, and Bylaws, are found at http://snac.chccs.k12.nc.us/home