Title 1 parent advisory Council (paC)
What is the Title 1 Parent Advisory Council (PAC)?
PS234, like many District 30 schools, is a Title 1 school. This means federal funding is provided to the school due to the high percentage of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. The Title 1 Parent Advisory Council (PAC) will serve as the consultative and representative body to involve and engage all parents of PS234 students.
Goal & Objectives of the PAC
To ensure effective involvement of all PS234 parents in the meaningful discussion and decision-making process regarding the school’s Title I program with the support the partnership between school administration and staff, the School Leadership Team, the Parent Teacher Association and other stakeholders.
What will I need to do if I join the PAC?
A minimum of 3 parents must be elected to form the PAC (at least a President, Vice-President and Recording Secretary). The PAC will meet regularly with staff/administration and other school stakeholders to discuss relevant Title 1 objectives and budgets. There shall be no maximum number of PAC members. Each will hold a different elected title. Each elected term will last for one academic year (September through June).
More information regarding the formation and function of the Title 1 PAC can be found at: