The African American Parent & Educator Advisory Council (AAPEAC) provides a forum for the Etiwanda School District’s African American families and district educators to collaborate on improving outcomes for African American students. One parent is elected at each of the seventeen school sites to serve as a Representative and one parent is elected at each of the seventeen school sites to serve as an Alternate Advisor. Nine educators volunteer to serve on the committee, representing various roles in Etiwanda schools and the district.
How can I get involved with AAPEAC?
Each school site has AAPEAC representatives that are selected yearly. Please contact your school's administrator if you are interested in joining this committee. From serving on the committee to assisting at events, there are many ways to get involved with AAPEAC.