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1. What is the Citizens’ Advisory Committee?

A group of community members that have come together to evaluate the district’s projected growth and other aging and evolving facility needs in order to provide facility and equipment recommendations to the Denton ISD Board of Trustees.


2. Why did Denton ISD form the Citizens’ Advisory Committee?

The district wants input in evaluating its facility needs and by forming a Committee it allows the district to hear from and incorporate many different perspectives from people in the Denton ISD community. Committee participants reflect larger community values, needs, and desires.


3. Who’s on the committee?

The Citizens’ Advisory Committee represents a diverse demographic makeup of Denton ISD residents, including parents, non-parents, local civic and business leaders, as well as school staff. These committee members work alongside one another to prioritize and build a recommendation to the Board of Trustees that best represents the values and perceptions of the entire community.


4. What documents and data does the committee review to determine the needs
of the school district?

The Committee will study a district-wide facilities assessment, enrollment projections, financial data, and results of a community survey in order to form their recommendation. Denton ISD will make any other relevant data or requested data available to the committee that should aid them in their decision-making.