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Citizens Advisory Committee

Last Updated: 6/29/2020 2:38 PM


Community Members

Justin Buckner Kristen Knoebber
Dr. Topher Collier Sarah Kunnen
Sarah Greene Kathy Mecoli
Karen Klaus Melissa Saladonis
Angie Kozak  


Angie Edmonds Jamie Hayner Richard Schaen

Board & Administration

Board Vice President Kara Broderick Board Member Illya Thomas
Director of Communications Suzy Henke Superintendent Tim Weber



Study One: Strategic Planning Process

What are best-practice approaches to strategic planning in a school district? How can we work together to create a long-term plan for Wyoming? What are the key components that should be focused on in a school district strategic plan?


Study Two: Graduate Follow-up Survey

How well are our Wyoming graduates prepared for their future? How well were students prepared for college, the military, or career and technical programs? Are there common themes evident in the graduate follow-up surveys? This survey should focus on graduating classes of 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.


Study Three: School Community Partnerships

What strategies can school districts utilize to create partnerships within the community that expand K-12 student learning outside the walls of our classrooms?  What are the best practices used in different grade levels to expose students to authentic and relevant learning experiences in their areas of interest/passion?



Serving on the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is a great way to be informed and be of service to Wyoming City Schools and the community. Would you be interested in serving on the CAC? Please complete and return this application.

Made up of volunteer Wyoming residents, district staff, and Board of Education members, the purpose of the CAC to the Wyoming Board of Education is two-fold:

  1. Through the use of expert community resources, the committee will be responsible for conducting studies and investigations and reporting such findings and making suggestions or recommendations, if any, in areas of school program and operation as those areas of study or investigation are identified by the Board of Education or by the Board of Education and the Committee members with the approval of the Board of Education.
  2. The Committee will assist in maintaining active and informed school-community relations through the discussion of general educational issues affecting the community of Wyoming and by serving as the communication link between the Board and the citizens.

The committee composition includes business, community and educational leaders; two board members; the superintendent; and the director of communications. Every effort shall be made to ensure that the makeup of the committee is as truly representative of the community as possible.

In addition to reaching out to board members and staff members, 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. Click to read the Constitution of the Citizens Advisory Committee.


2018-2019 Citizens Advisory Committee


In addition to assisting in maintaining active and informed school-community relations, the Board of Education tasked the 2018-19 CAC with conducting a citizens forum to gather information about the educational priorities of the district that could be used for long-term planning and was considered in the short-term during the superintendent search. The resulting report can be viewed here.