What Are AISD Advisory Bodies?
The Austin Independent School District values the participation and input of all community members and transparency of information and process. To that end, the district has established several advisory bodies consisting of broad stakeholder representation to provide insight and recommendations on important issues.
These advisory bodies may be called task forces, committees, or councils. Some of them are standing bodies and meet permanently on a regular basis, while some of them are ad hoc or periodic bodies and meet for a limited time to address a specific topic. Selection entities for advisory body memberships may include Trustees, the Superintendent, the administration, or the advisory bodies themselves.
Below is a list of current AISD advisory bodies, all of which have their own websites. To learn more about specific AISD advisory bodies, please use the links provided.
Standing Advisory Bodies
(Standing advisory bodies meet permanently on a regular basis.)
Boundary Advisory Committee (BAC)
Budget and Finance Advisory Committee (BFAC)
Campus Advisory Councils (CAC)
Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee (CTEAC)
Community Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)
District Advisory Council (DAC)
Dyslexia Support Committee (DSC)
Environmental Stewardship Committee (ESAC)
Facilities and Bond Planning Advisory Committee (FABPAC)
Multilingual Education Advisory Committee (MEAC) (Formerly ELLAC)
School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)
Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)
Ad Hoc/Periodic Advisory Bodies
(Ad hoc advisory bodies are formed for a particular purpose and meet for a limited time, and are discontinued when their work is completed. Periodic advisory bodies are also formed for a particular purpose, but on a recurring basis as needed.)
Joey Crumley, AICP
1111 W. 6th Street, B-250
Austin, TX 78703