What is SAC?
The purpose of the Miller School Accountability Committee (SAC) is to review and provide input to the school's Unified Improvement Plan (UIP), the school budget and safety issues. SACs are a mandate under the law of the State of Colorado and are an integral part of providing local accountability for school performance and achievement.
Who serves on the SAC?
The School Accountability Committee (SAC) is comprised of parents, administrators and a teacher representative that meet monthly to talk about the "business" of Miller.
The SAC committee reports to the District Accountability Advisory Committee (DAAC). DAAC meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month in the evening from 5:30-7:30. For the 2014-2015 school year, the DAAC will rotate the location of the meetings to all 9R schools. Please contact us here at Miller if you are interested in attending either the DAAC or the SAC.
Why Should I join SAC?
We at Miller are interested in a collaborative relationship with all of our community members, families and stakeholders. Being an active member of our SAC enables you to be a part of the processes of our school and allows you the venue to give valuable input that influences decisions.
What is the immediate need?
The SAC committee is comprised several parents, Mr. Nuhn and Mrs. Trousdale. We want to make sure to recruit parents with 6th and 7th and 8th grade students so the SAC committee is diverse and remains strong in the years to come. We welcome new members at any time and need your input!
In addition, we would love to have a community representative - someone who does not have a Miller student but is a "neighbor" to Miller.