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Note: The Chair of the Board and the President are ex officio members of all Committees.
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Accreditation Review Committee (ARC)
Interprets and applies the standards of the Association, reviews all accreditation reports, recommends actions upon such reports to the Board of Trustees. Reviews all new applications for affiliation with ISACS and recommends action upon such applications to the Board. Periodically reviews the standards of membership and makes recommendations to the Board for additions, deletions, and changes.
Administrative Services Committee (ASC)
Focuses on the specific needs of division heads across the region; determines a variety of ways to support the growth and development of division heads, including:
Equity and Justice Committee (E&J)
Provides leadership to the Board of Trustees, staff, and member schools while fostering equity and justice in core values, best practices, and standards of excellence through diversity, multiculturalism and inclusion. Charge includes:
Serves on behalf of the Board as needed between meetings of the full Board.
Oversees the expenses of the organization, recommends fees to be levied, monitors financial reports, and initiates and oversees the annual audit.
Governance Review Committee
The Governance Review Committee will complete a review of ISACS leadership and governance structures, processes and procedures to suggest revisions necessary to support the current and future needs of ISACS. The Committee was formed by the Executive Committee as an outgrowth of the ISACS strategic plan and will present its recommendations to the Board.
Professional Services Committee (PSC)
Advises the President and Board of Trustees on the needs of school faculties for Association services; to promote in-service workshops/seminars and other activities for teachers and administrators; to provide encouragement, coordination, cooperation, and support for the efforts of state/local professional services committees; and to find ways of recognizing the professional service of teachers and administrators. Goals include:
Strategic Planning Steering Committee
Serves as resource for guiding strategic planning and sustaining strategic vision of the Association.
Reviews the distribution and expertise needs of the Board in anticipation of future vacancies, prepares an annual slate of new officers and trustees for approval by the Board and election by the membership. Periodically reviews the effectiveness of the Board and individual members.