Community Curriculum Advisory Council
The Community Curriculum Advisory Council (CCAC) works to:
- Review PreK-12 curriculum, assessment, and instructional programming through a community lens.
- Review proposed changes to curriculum, assessment, and instructional programming including new resources, courses, programs, assessments, etc.
- Provide input and feedback to the School Board on proposed curriculum changes.
The committee is currently composed of parents/guardians of elementary, middle and high school students representing each high school attendance area in the district. Beginning in January 2021, this committee opened five positions for community members. These new voluntary positions are intended to be specifically for community members without current students enrolled in any Anoka-Hennepin school. This is a two year term.
CCAC meets monthly throughout the year to preview adoptions and standards changes as they are considered through the system.