The District Accountability Committee (DAC) is made up of representatives from every district school, community members at-large, and principal representatives. The committee receives an annual charge, or list of duties and activities, from the Board of Education. The committee meets monthly to discuss district issues, activities, and programs. School representatives serve as the link between their school accountability committee and the District Accountability Committee.
DAC meetings are held in the Boardroom at the Education Services Center on the third Wednesday of the month, September to April from 7-9 p.m.
For information about becoming a member of DAC, or other questions about the committee, contact:
Assistant Superintendent of Learning Services
Staff Liaison to DAC
The District Accountability Committee (DAC) is comprised of representatives from each LPS school, and at-large members who represent the community as a whole. If you are interested in representing your school on DAC, please contact your school principal.
The committee seeks new at-large members at the beginning of each school year. All district residents may serve on DAC, even if you do not have children in a district school. Nonresidents with students optionally enrolled in an LPS school may also serve on DAC.
or call 303-347-3396 for more information about DAC
Within the District Accountability Committee (DAC) is a subcommittee called the DAC Legislative Subcommittee that participates in the legislative process. The role of the committee is to organize and plan an annual meeting with Littleton Public Schools House Representatives and Senators to discuss issues specific to LPS and education issues for Colorado students in general. The meeting is held at the State Capitol in late March or early April, generally after the state's budget has been proposed. A representative from the District Accountability Committee is selected to chair the subcommittee. For more information, contact the current chair of the DAC through the link above.