Accountability Committee - MHAC

What Is MHAC

The Mark Hopkins Accountability Committee (MHAC) is charged with advising the principal on the long-term direction of the school. MHAC is a district mandated committee that is responsible for advising on the following issues:

  • School Priorities
  • School Improvement Plan
  • Annual School Budget Priorities
  • School Staffing Plan
  • Significant school policies, procedures, and programs

This committee is made up of parents, teachers, and the school administration. MHAC usually meets on the first Tuesday of the Month. All community members are invited and encouraged to attend these meetings.

MHAC Meeting Dates

Meetings are currently scheduled for 6:00-7:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday in September, November, February and April.

Mark Hopkins Accountability Committee (MHAC)

Join our Accountability Committee!

Each public school, as required by state law, establishes a school accountability community to participate in establishing school priorities through the development, implementation, evaluation and distribution of the Unified Improvement Plan.  Thus the Mark Hopkins Accountability acts in an advisory capacity regarding major policies and procedures affecting the school and the school community.  The committee membership is composed of parents, school staff, the principal, and community members. 

Meetings are scheduled from 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday once per quarter throughout the school year (September, November, February and April).

We invite any parents and community members who are interested in joining our committee, or serving as an officer, to contact Lyndsey Case, Principal, or Kirsten Roen, Chair. 

Lyndsey Case - lcase[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us or 303-347-4550

Kirsten Roen - kirr88[at]comcast[dot]net

MHAC Meeting Notes