Superintendent Larry Nyland is looking to recruit new members for the district's African American Male Scholars Advisory Committee to the Superintendent (AAMSAC) for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years.
The AAMSAC was formed to advise the superintendent on how the district can better and more effectively serve African American students achieve academic success and develop socio-emotionally.
The committee meets two times a month and includes parents, guardians, community members, teachers, staff, and City of Seattle representatives.
The nomination deadline for recruits is Friday, February 19
, 2016. Contact Director of School Family Partnerships and Equity and Race Relations, Bernardo Ruiz, to nominate a candidate.
Open the AAMSAC application
Read the AAMSAC final charge
Read the Bernardo Ruiz's invitation letter
Read more on our African American Male Scholars Advisory Committee to the Superintendent webpage
Read more about the Superintendent's Closing Opportunity Gaps draft action plan