Below are our District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) and District Program Advisory Committee (DPAC) meeting agendas and minutes. For further information on DELAC/DPAC, please contact the Educational Services department.
Officers 2022 - 2024
|Janet Solorzano - Chairperson||Angelica Herrera - Chairperson|
|Deysi Munoz - Vice-Chairperson||Maribel Vargas - Vice-Chairperson|
|Martha Fernandez - Secretary||Diana Diaz - Secretary|
|Dates||Time and Location|
|October 24, 2023||
9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
|December 5, 2023|
|January 16, 2024
(In Person - Location TBD)
|March 5, 2024|
|April 9, 2024|
|May 7, 2024
(In Person - Location TBD)
2023-24 Agendas and Minutes
2022-23 Agendas and Minutes
Each California public school district with 51 or more English learners must form a District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) unless the district designates for this purpose a subcommittee of an existing districtwide advisory committee.
The DELAC shall advise the school district governing board on at least the following tasks:
- Development of a district master plan for education programs and services for English learners; the district master plan will take into consideration the school site master plans
- Conducting of a district wide needs assessment on a school-by-school basis
- Establishment of district program, goals, and objectives for programs and services for English learners
- Development of a plan to ensure compliance with any applicable teacher and/or teacher aide requirements
- Review and comment on the school district reclassification procedures
- Review and comment on the written notifications required to be sent to parents and guardians
- If the DELAC acts as the English learner parent advisory committee under California Education Code Sections 52063(b)(1) and 52062(a)(2), the DELAC shall also review and comment on the development or annual update of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The District Parent Advisory Committee (DPAC) is a district-level advisory group comprised of parents, site staff, and community leaders who advise on the needs of those students who are part of one of the following subgroups: Low Income (LI), Foster, Homeless, or Academically Struggling. Parents must also be a part of the annual review of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) as well as review the district parent involvement policy. Magnolia School District combines these tasks into the responsibilities of the DPAC.
The DPAC consults with the district and facilitates coordination and cooperation of parents, staff, and community on matters related to Title I programs. The DPAC provides a forum for communication, information, and training for the district’s parents through the DPAC representative. Activities include reviewing the Consolidated Application, providing input on and reviewing the district’s LEA Plan, and reviewing and revising as needed the district Title I Parent Involvement Policy.