The Merced Union High School District will involve all stakeholders to ensure the overall success of all aspects of the district. Each school site hosts a variety of ways to become involved in the life of the school.
If you have questions you can contact one of the individuals below.
|Executive Director of Technology & Innovation||Director of Equity & Accountability|
|Educational Services Administrative Assistant||Equity & Accountability Assistant|
- District English Learners Advisory Committee
- District English Learners Advisory Committee Agenda
- District Advisory Committee
The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) is a committee that provides oversight on the English Learner (EL) program and works with district leadership to provide a high quality program for MUHSD students. Each campus sends one representative from their English Learner Advisory Committee to review and comment on key policies and procedures in our district. The DELAC members pictured were instrumental in creating and administering a student survey of our EL students as part of our annual program review. We thank our DELAC parents for their commitment and service to our EL program, its students and staff.
DELAC Members (left to right): GVHS Community Liaison, Alma Cervantes; BCHS parents, Charles and Flocy Crandall; AHS parent, Silvia Castillo; GVHS parent, Maria Berra.
Schools with 21 or more English Learners shall establish a functioning school-level advisory committee. Parents/guardians of English Learners shall have an opportunity to elect parent members of the committee; the committee shall be constituted of membership in at least the same ratio as English Learners within the whole school enrollment. The committee shall also select one representative and one alternate to attend the District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC).
The committee advises the principal and staff on topics relating to English Learners, including:
- The development of the school’s plan for English Learners;
- The development of the school’s needs assessment;
- Administration of the school’s language census (R-30); and
- Activities designed to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance
School districts receiving Economic Impact Aid (EIA)/State Compensatory Education (SCE) are required to establish a district advisory committee (DAC) and a school advisory committee (SAC) for the purpose of advising districts and schools regarding compensatory education programs. A school may designate a school site council established pursuant to California Education Code (EC) Section 52852 to function as the school advisory council.