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Parent Meetings

ELAC MeetingTop of Page

ELAC (English-Learner Advisory Committee) is a committee compromised of parents, staff, and community members specifically designed to advise school officials on the English Learner Program services. ELAC advises the Principal and School Community on programs and services for English Learners.

During the ELAC meetings, discussions of the EL program and EL program goals. Parents will learn common core standards, curriculum, district, state, and federal laws. In addition, each meeting covers topics designed to provide your family with the tools to help your teen be college and career ready. Overall, the ELAC committee is important because ELAC makes direct recommendations to the Single Plan for Student Achievement.  ELAC is also, our monthly evening Parent meeting open to all Andrew P. Hill High School Parents. 

The meetings take place at 6-7 PM in school library (Zoom during Distance Learning).  Meetings for the 2020-21 are as follows:

Coffee With The PrincipalTop of Page

A monthly morning meeting for parents who cannot attend evening meetings on campus. This meeting allows for conversations with our principal, Mr. Jose Hernandez and provides light refreshments. At each meeting, information on upcoming events and school specific programs are discussed. Various community organizations are invited throughout the year to share about available services.  Translation services are provided for Spanish and Vietnamese speaking parents at every meeting.

Meetings are held on a Friday once a month in the school library from 9-10am (Zoom during Distance Learning).  Meetings for the 2020-21 school year are held on the following dates:

ARC MeetingTop of Page