The council meets twice a year and acts in an advisory capacity around areas such as the district improvement plan, calendar and other district initiatives, a news release said. The council is composed of four parent representatives, four community representatives and four business representatives. Parent representatives must have a student enrolled in the district, and community member representatives must reside in the district; however, business member representatives need not reside or operate businesses in the district, it said.
Teacher representatives are elected through the campus planning process, the release said.
Interested parties have through Aug. 17 to fill out an application.