Board of Education Seeks Applicants for Appointment to the Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human Development
The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking community members, representatives of organizations, and public high school students to serve on the Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human Development. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to consult with professional educators within the school system in the course of their developing, implementing, and evaluating the family life and human development program.
Appointments are for two years for adults and one year (July through June) for students. Unless exempted by the Board, no member shall serve for more than two consecutive terms. Members serve without compensation.
The Board of Education makes every effort to appoint advisory committees in which the membership is balanced by geographic area, race, ethnicity, gender, and range of viewpoints, but the final selection of all individual members, organizational members, and organizational representatives will be at the discretion of the Board. All interested individuals are encouraged to apply. Organizations also are invited to nominate individuals, provided that they submit one nominee and two alternate nominees for the Board's consideration and a mission statement for their organization on official letterhead. All applicants must be bona fide residents of Montgomery County.
Applications must be received by close of business on May 12, for appointments to be made by the Board of Education at the Board meeting on June 9.
To obtain a committee application, contact Becky Gibson by telephone at 301-279-3301 or e-mail her at Becky_Gibson@mcpsmd.org. Application forms also may be completed by accessing them at the link below. Completed applications should be returned to Roland Ikheloa, chief of staff, Montgomery County Board of Education, 850 Hungerford Drive, Room 123, Rockville, Maryland 20850 or by e-mail to Becky_Gibson@mcpsmd.org.