Superintendent's Student Advisory Council (SAC)

  • Student voices are valuable and important to the future of Richmond Public Schools.  The Superintendent's Student Advisory Council (SAC) consists of 25 students in grades 9 - 11, representing all high schools across the district that meet monthly with the superintendent to offer input, advice, suggestions, and guidance on issues that are important to students.  

    Selection Process:

    SAC members are selected to participate by school leadership.

    SAC members will:

    • Actively participate in monthly meetings with the Superintendent
    • Provide input on upcoming policy decisions and best practices
    • Discuss student perspectives on topics impacting their schools and the school district
    • Build relationships with students from across the school district
    • Share, promote and communicate