Northshore seeks members for Financial Advisory Committee
October 6, 2008 · Updated 6:14 PM
Northshore Public Schools seeks applicants for the Financial Advisory Committee (FAC). Applications are due by Oct. 17.
Currently there are openings for 6-8 community members on this new committee. These voluntary positions are appointed by the Board of Directors and last for three years. The FAC is supported by district staff and meets once a month from October to June.
The district’s goal in establishing this committee is to create a partnership with local business and community leaders to solicit their financial and management expertise and knowledge, and build another connection with the community.
Qualifications for the FAC:
• Successful business or finance leadership
• Professional training or proven expertise in organizational finances
• Residence or employment within the Northshore School District boundaries
• Dedication to serving the district and community
• Willingness to serve as a community liaison
• Commitment to comply with School Board policies and committee guidelines
More information and the application form are available at www.nsd.org or by calling (425) 408-7670.
Northshore Public Schools seeks applicants for the Enrollment Demographics Task Force (EDTF) and the Curriculum Materials Adoption Committee (CMAC). Information and application forms are available at www.nsd.org.
Applications are due by Oct. 14.
The EDTF currently has openings for three parents or community members on the 14-member task force. These voluntary positions are appointed by the board of directors and last for up to three years. The Northshore School Board established the EDTF in 2001 to assist district administration in their efforts to objectively respond to significant enrollment shifts that impact instructional program delivery and facility use.
The CMAC currently has openings on the 14-member committee for two parents of students currently enrolled in Northshore School District schools. The CMAC also includes teachers, administrators, a librarian and community members. These voluntary positions are appointed by the superintendent and last for three years.
The CMAC recommends all instructional materials for staff members and student use at Northshore schools following the curriculum adoption process established in Washington State law and Northshore School Board Policy 2020. These recommendations receive final approval from the Northshore School Board.