Superintendent's Advisory Councils
Superintendent's Student Advisory Council
The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council brings together Richmond Public Schools (RPS) high school students to help shape policy, ensure that student voice is a meaningful part of decision making and advocacy efforts, andserves as a bridge between the administration and the student body. For more information, please contact Director of Advocacy & Outreach, Matthew Stanley.
Superintendent's Parent & Caregivers Advisory Council
The Richmond Public Schools Parent & Caregivers Advisory Council brings together parents from diverse backgrounds with the administration to engage as true partners in the educational process. Monthly council meetings provide the space for those most connected to our students to advocate and participate in resource development. We invite all current RPS parents to apply and serve as a member of the Parent & Caregivers Advisory Council as we work to build a strong community-parent-school partnership. If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the attached application by Tuesday, September 27, 2022. For more information, please contact Family Liaison, Nkenge Garrett.
Superintendent's Teacher Advisory Council
The Superintendent’s Teacher Advisory Council brings together RPS teachers to help shape policy and ensure rigorous and exciting teaching and learning for all our students. For more information, please contact Kim Jones and Rodney Robinson.
Superintendent's Interfaith Advisory Council
The Superintendent’s Interfaith Advisory Council brings together an inclusive group of faith-based leaders from various religions and denominations to aid our work in student support and family engagement. Whether volunteering as Reading Buddies to support RPS literacy goals or visiting community members alongside RPS staff to share important information and build relationships, IAC members are an integral part of RPS engagement efforts. For more information, please contact Director of Family and Community Engagement, Dr. Erin Brown.