IDAC-The primary purpose of the Intercultural Diversity Advisory Council (IDAC), originally formed in 1988 as the Intercultural Advisory Council, is to assist in the formation and review of policies that assure non-discriminatory practices in all operational areas of the Clovis Unified School District. Its further mission is to assist in improving the cultural environment of the District. If you have any questions about Clark IDAC, please contact TeresaBarber@cusd.com . For more IDAC Information please visit our IDAC Webpage.
ELAC (English Learner Advisory Committee)- All schools enrolling 21 or more English Learners are required to form an ELAC. The ELAC is composed of parents and school personnel. The ELAC provides input and makes recommendations to the principal, staff and SSC regarding services for English Learners as well as conducts an annual survey. Members serve for two years. If you have any questions about ELAC, please contact ShanePearson@cusd.com
PTC- Every year the Clark Parent Teacher Club sponsors events and fundraisers that benefit our teachers, staff and students. We have been fortunate in the past to provide the school with many needed items and financial support for the programs our children participate in at Clark. The Clark PTC would not be successful without the help of parent volunteers. We know your time is valuable and we appreciate the time and effort so many of you give to events on behalf of your children. Meetings will be held monthly. If you have any questions, please contact Tammy Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org
School Assessment and Review Team (SART)-Clovis Unified parents and community members are active participants in decision-making processing and in evaluating the quality of programs serving their children. Apart from the traditional school site council and parent club, a body called the School Assessment and Review Team (SART) exists to provide a forum to learn about each school and to influence the leadership regarding the operation of the school. Each Clovis Unified school has a SART committee which serves as a vehicle of communication and as an advisory body to the principal. The school SART committee includes broad representation, including the principal, selected staff members, interested parents and community members, students and even citizens who do not have children at the school. Within the District, there are three area SART Committees. Members of the Area SART Committees include area assistant superintendents, area principals and area school SART chairpersons. There is also a District SART Committee whose members include the district superintendent, administrators, principals and School SART Committee chairpersons. Each year a survey of parents is conducted to provide insight to parent satisfaction and perception, as well as provide valuable data about students, their home learning environment and expectations. For more information call 559.327.1500
SSC (School Site Council)- All schools receiving categorical funds are required to form a SSC. The SSC is composed of parents, students at the secondary level and school personnel and is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating the Single Plan for Student Achievement programs. Members serve for two years and are elected by their peers. If you have any questions about SSC, please contact ShanePearson@cusd.com