Five EAP members and five administrators meet to discuss issues relating to instruction. Recommendations are issued by the Instructional Council to the Board of Education for their consideration. In addition, the council oversees Grants that are awarded annually to EAP members for materials to support innovative instructional projects.
The District Evaluation Advisory Committee, composed of representative stakeholders, is required for each school district by the AchieveNJ Evaluation law. The committee discusses issues related to the evaluation system. For more information from the state, click here. Return soon to access the “Evaluation Overview Document” created by the Passaic Public Schools DEAC designed to clarify the Evaluation process.
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This wildly popular annual event provides quality comedic entertainment, Brownstone quality Beefsteak, and fundraising for our Political Action Committee. As the date approaches, more information will be available in The Profile and on the website.
The officers and executive board (including the Delegates-at-large or DALs) meet monthly to conduct EAP business.
Association Representatives elected by each school (1 A/R per 12 members; at least 2 for each building) meet to make organization policy and conduct necessary business. See the Senior Representative in your building for more information.
A voluntary training for Association Representatives on the Role and Responsibilities of A/Rs will be held before the meeting on the following topics:
- Professional Development – Evaluations – Owning Domain 4
Association Representatives: Watch your email for more details and the opportunity to RSVP for this training workshop.