Meet Jordan Scott - CVUSD's First DAC Student Board Representative!
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Meet Jordan Scott - CVUSD's First DAC Student Board Representative!

Meet Jordan Scott who has been selected to represent the District Advisory Council (DAC) as the first Student Board Representative for the 2019-20 school year. Jordan will serve as CVUSD's “inaugural” student board member representative during our first year of Student District Advisory Council.

Jordan is currently a Senior at Westlake High School, where she is a Varsity cheerleader, stunt athlete and an Honors/AP student. 

"Being a part of Student DAC is a true honor. My vow will involve being a determined and committed leader who represents our district with pride, while simultaneously recognizing the assets that need improvement," says Jordan. "I am extremely excited to be the first ever Student Board Representative and work with the community to put our goals into fruition!"

The District Advisory Council (DAC) is comprised of parent representatives from each of the schools who advise the Board of Education on matters related to educational programs, policies, procedures, and consider actions as requested. The District Advisory Council will establish and maintain intradistrict communications, encourage the sharing of needs, accomplishments and activities in order to support a high quality school system.

The Student District Advisory Council (SDAC) is made up of approximately 5-6 students from each high school site. The Student DAC representatives meet every other month with CVUSD Assistant Superintendents and Directors to discuss policies, events and important topics concerning the district. Jordan currently sits on the Executive Board of Student DAC, along with SDAC's president, vice president, secretary and student representatives from each school  site.

CVUSD welcomes Jordan in her new role as DAC Student Board Representative!


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