District Advisory Council

What is new about the DAC? 

In the Fall of 2021 the DAC reviewed its current practices for membership selection.  In November the Board of Trustees approved an updated BQA (LOCAL) policy and our Executive Leadership team approved the creation of BQA (REGULATION).   Under theses updated policies, the DAC will follow a vertical team rotation for parents and teacher membership.  This new approach will have its inaugural year for the 2022-2023 school year.  We are seeking parent membership from the following schools:   

  • Baldwin
  • Barton Hill - Vacancy Filled
  • Bear Creek
  • Bedichek 
  • Brown - Vacancy Filled
  • Clifton 
  • Davis
  • Doss - Vacancy Filled
  • Garza 
  • Govalle - Vacancy Filled
  • Guerrero Thompson 
  • Houston 
  • Kocurek  - Vacancy Filled
  • Mendez 
  • Oak Hill  - Vacancy Filled
  • Oak Springs 
  • Overton 
  • Palm - Vacancy Filled
  • Pecan Springs 
  • Pickle 
  • Reilly - Vacancy Filled
  • Williams
  • Wooten 
  • Zavala 

Vacancies for Classified Staff (1), and Students (2).

What is the District Advisory Council (DAC)?                          

The District Advisory Council is a committee of parents, students, business and community representatives, teachers, principals, and other district staff. The formation of the DAC is required by state law (Texas Education Code, §11.251). Specific functions of the DAC include providing review and comment on:

  • District Educational Program
  • District Performance
  • District Improvement Plan
  • Student Code of Conduct
  • District Staff Development Plan
  • Waiver Requests to the State
  • District Budget

What is the mission of the DAC?

The mission of the DAC is to promote excellence in education for all AISD students through broad-based community representation. The DAC provides valuable input to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees, who ultimately have decision-making responsibility for the district.

Where can I learn more?

A standard membership application is provided in the District Advisory Bodies section. More detailed information about the DAC is contained in the DAC BylawsTo apply for membership, please complete and submit the standard application form: English / Spanish

What are AISD Advisory Bodies?



DAC Bylaws
Citizens Communications and Visitor Guidelines
Effective Leadership and Parliamentary Procedure
Annual Report: 2021 - 2022

General Information

State Laws Pertaining to District and Campus Advisory Councils
District Policies Pertaining to the DAC
DAC Budget Priorities for 2021-2022