District Parent Advisory Council
The District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC) was formed in 1976 at the request of the Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools. The chief purpose of the group is to give advice to the Board of Education and Superintendent, to share information among school parent groups, and to promote two-way communication between the Rush-Henrietta Central School District and parents.
The role of the Rush-Henrietta District Parent Advisory Council is to:
A. provide an opportunity for parents and parent groups recognized by the Board of Education—such as Parent-Teacher Organizations (PTO), RHMPA, Sports Booster, MPAC, etc.—hereby referred to as "parent groups," to have an advisory voice in the administration of the school district.
B. create a communications link among parent groups.
C. create communication and understanding among parents and the school district.