What is the Community Advisory Committee?
The CAC is an advisory committee made up of parents, professionals and community members from within the Pomona Unified School District Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA).
What does the CAC do?
The CAC serves as an advisory board to review and help develop the Local Plan for Special Education required under EC Sec 56190. The CAC recommends annual priorities to be addressed by the plan. They encourage community involvement, assist in parent education and provide support to families with children in special education.
How can you participate?
Parents and other caregivers are encouraged to attend these meetings where they can learn about what is happening in their school district, around the state and other important information about special education.
How do I become a CAC representative?
Contact the Special Education Department and ask to speak to Patti Adams.
When and where are the CAC meetings held?
The CAC meetings are held each month throughout the school year. They are on Thursdays from 7 – 9pm in the PUSD District Board Room located at the district office.
MEETING SCHEDULE 2012-2013
Bilingual (Spanish) interpreter will be available. Call for other special needs/accommodations. For information please feel free to call (909) 397-4648 Dial 1