Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
The purpose of the CAC is to bridge the communication between the Amador County SELPA and families of students with exceptional needs.
The CAC is made up of the following members:
- Community Advisory Committee Application – PDF
- Special Education Rights of Parents and Children – PDF
- CAC Bylaws – PDF
- CAC Brochure – PDF
- “Special Education Rights and Responsibilities”
- SELPA Local Plan 2022-23
Our meeting agendas and minutes are posted below.
Current Brown Act Guidance – Board Meeting Options
The safety and wellness of students, families, and school personnel are the highest priorities of all Amador County Public Schools. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Newsom’s stay-at-home order, the Community Advisory Committee will be conducting their meetings under the Brown Act via teleconferencing and limited personnel in compliance with Governor Newsom’s March 17, 2020, Executive Order N-29-20.
The Order temporarily gives legislative bodies the option to use but does not require the use of, a modified method of teleconferencing to hold meetings subject to the Brown Act. The following options are allowed per the Order:
- Any or all legislative body members may attend any meeting (i.e., regular, special or emergency) by teleconference.
- The CAC does not need to provide a location to be accessible to the public.
- The agency is not required to post the agenda at any teleconference location.
To ensure that members of the public have access to the meeting and are able to participate in public comments, the Board will use Zoom teleconferencing to host the meeting. Members of the public can access the meeting via telephone or video conference. Information for accessing the meeting is posted under each meeting date.