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What is the Teacher Advisory Council?

To offer a bridge between the Lincoln Public Schools Superintendent and LPS teachers; to provide valuable school district information to Council members; to open up a discussion of challenges, issues, questions and successes in the school district and to give the superintendent a sense of the major issues and concerns in the school district.

2021 - 2022 Meetings

  • November 10 at 4pm (minutes)
  • January 24 at 4pm
  • April 11 at 4pm

A Zoom link will be sent to you when you RSVP for the meeting.

Questions? Please contact Julie Dansky at jdansky@lps.org

Mission

  • To offer a bridge between the Lincoln Public Schools Superintendent and LPS teachers.
  • To provide valuable school district information to Council members.
  • To open up a discussion of challenges, issues, questions and successes in the school district.
  • To give the superintendent a sense of the major issues and concerns in the school district.

How It Works

  • At each meeting the superintendent will give Teacher Advisory Council members a broad overview of the main school district issues.
  • The superintendent will invite questions and comments.  He will make sure all questions are answered.
  • The superintendent encourages Teacher Advisory Council members to share the information they receive with colleagues at their individual schools. 

Ground Rules

  • The conversation and questions at these Council meetings should be targeted at overall and broad issues and concerns – not specific or personal issues, and not any collective bargaining issues.
  • After each meeting a summary of the session will be posted on the LPS TAC webpage. The summary will include the superintendent’s update, as well as questions and answers. 
  • Members of the Council are not compensated, and will change bi-annually.