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School District 27J Committees
TURNING COMMITMENT INTO ACTION

The District has many active community members and parents who work with teachers and administrators on policies, curriculum, budget and planning for the future. Please contact your building principal if you are interested in being a part of a school committee.

District Accountability Committee
3rd Monday of the month * 6-7:30 p.m. at the Edwin E. Harshbarger Educational Services Center, 18551E 160th
Avenue, Brighton, CO * Contact Kelly Corbett - 303.655.2958
    serves as an advisory committee to the Board of Education and serves as a sounding board for the community
    consists of parents, non-parent taxpayers, school district professional staff, and students of the district who are interested in the school system and want to become involved in efforts to improve the educational system
    makes recommendations to the Board of Education relative to accountability/accreditation
 
Hispanic Advisory Council
3rd Thursday of the month * 4 p.m. at North Elementary in the library, 89 N. 6th Ave. Brighton, CO* Contact Ruth DeCrescentis - 303.655.2814 or Nena DelVillar - 303-655-2547
    seeks to assure excellence in education for all students with a focus on Hispanic students, their parents and the community
    assists the Superintendent in understanding and representing the interests of Hispanic students to the Board of Education
    maintains particular emphasis on academic achievement, parent involvement, student involvement in school activities and scholarships
 
Facility Planning Advisory Committee
3rd Thursday of the month * 6 - 8 p.m. at the Edwin E. Harshbarger Educational Services Center, 18551
E. 160th Avenue, Brighton * Contact Joy Gerdom - 303-655-2983
    reviews growth projection and shifts in student population
    reviews and considers current and future facilities issues
    makes recommendations to the Board of Education and Superintendent regarding site and facilities issues for the purpose of planning effectively to meet the educational needs of youngsters and making the best possible use of facilities, sites and funds entrusted to the District by the community
 
Capital Facility Fee Foundation
3rd Friday of the month (every other month) * noon.-1:30 p.m. at Edwin E. Harshbarger Educational
Services Center, 18551 E. 160th Avenue, Brighton * Contact Joy Gerdom - 303.655.2983
•     it is a unique public private partnership founded in January 2001 to promote and assist in the development, financing and acquisition of educational facilities and improvements that benefit the residents and patrons of the district
•     the primary goal of the Capital Facility Fee Foundation is to address a shortfall between the bonding capacity of the district and the capital construction needs of the district for new schools

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