DISTRICT AFRICAN-AMERICAN PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
“We believe families are the core of students’ development. Families are a source of strength and knowledge. Families are empowered when schools embrace families as they are and create partnerships. When schools make frequent efforts to know, listen to, and learn from families through effective communication, student achievement increases.”
Trust. Empower. Achieve.
To establish a culture of resilience, academic performance, and conviction in all African American Students. To provide the knowledge, skills, and resources to increase the involvement and engagement of parents, care-givers, and the community. To build a relationship of trust and transparency with the schools and the district.
The Mission of MUSD DAAPAC is to establish trust between families, schools, and the community; empower African American students to advocate for their personal and academic success, and close the achievement gap between African American students and the general student population.
DAAPAC General Association Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 5 pm. Meetings are scheduled for the following dates -
- October 15th, 2020
- November 19th, 2020
- December 17th, 2020
- January 21st, 2021
- February 18th, 2021
- March 18th, 2021
- April 15th, 2021
- May 20th, 2021
Please feel free to contact DAAPAC at email@example.com
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