District 75 Council (D75)
What does the D75 Council Do?
- Advises and comments on educational or instructional policies involving students enrolled in District 75 schools.
- Issues an annual report on the effectiveness of the city district in providing services to students enrolled in District 75 schools.
- Holds at least one meeting per month open to the public during which the public may discuss issues facing students enrolled in District 75 schools.
How many members serve on the District 75 Council?
- Nine (9) parents of students currently receiving citywide special education services in a District 75 school;
- Two (2) individuals appointed by the Public Advocate who have experience and/or knowledge in the areas of educating, training or employing individuals with handicapping conditions; and
- One (1) non-voting high school senior attending a District 75 school.
When is eligibility determined?
Eligibility is determined as of the date that the parent submits an application to run for a position on the District 75 Council.
How and when can I apply to serve on the District 75 Council?
During the 2013 Selection Process, you can apply to serve on the D75 Council HERE (on or after February 13, 2013). The application process ends at 11:59 pm on March 27th. For those lacking access to a personal computer, the Division of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) will provide information regarding how individuals may access computers at FACE’s office, in local district offices and schools, and at public libraries.