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One way to get involved is by serving on the Wyoming City School District Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). The CAC serves as the Business Advisory Council to the Wyoming City School District Board of Education. The committee composition includes two board members, the superintendent, the director of communications, and business, community, and educational leaders residing in Wyoming. Members are chosen based on their voting precinct to ensure that all geographical areas of Wyoming are represented with the option of adding a member or two at-large.
The CAC is tasked with conducting studies and investigations, reporting their findings, and making suggestions or recommendations to the board. The CAC will assist in maintaining active and informed school/community relations by serving as a communication link between the board and its citizens.
Members of the 2017-18 Wyoming City School District Citizens Advisory Committee are:
John Feldmeier, Chair (Precinct B)
Precinct A: Jennifer Goodin & Elise Foster
Precinct B: John McMichen
Precinct C: Summer Fisk & Leslie Whalen
Precinct D: Glenda Smith & Andrea Powers
Precinct E: Cara Hummel & Scott Madry
At-Large: Ben Nicholson
Todd Levy, President of the Board of Education
Aaron Meis, Member of the Board of Education
Dr. Susan Lang, Superintendent
Suzy Henke, Director of Communications
Communicating with members of the CAC provides another channel for community members interested in learning more about the work of the district or interested in giving feedback on district-wide opportunities and issues. Each community member of the CAC serves a two-year term. If you are interested in serving on the CAC in the future, please contact Director of Communications Suzy Henke.
Other ways to get involved include volunteering in school buildings, serving on divisional Parent Advisory Committees (PACs), and working with any of the district's supporting organizations. More information about district supporting organizations can be found here.