Academic success for our students means a dedicated team of students, teachers, staff, parents and the community working toward excellence. Dayton Public Schools education councils are committed to working at the school and district levels in the best interest of all students. Council participation is instrumental in providing guidance and assistance to many school- and district-level programs, events and initiatives.
Our Parent Advisory Council is made up of school-appointed Title I representatives who help develop and evaluate district programs such as Family Day. Members serve as active members of the decision-making process at their respective schools, working to help develop Title I school improvement plans, and help advise the district on initiatives such as parent leadership trainings.
Our Community Education Council is a parent and community involvement group (non Title I), working to help schools coordinate and report on various activities and programs within the buildings. CEC representatives also help their schools develop active parent involvement plans, including specific needs that will best serve each school’s unique population.
The Dayton Education Council partners with Dayton Public Schools to fuel parent involvement efforts, including the district’s Parent University series.