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What is a School Advisory Council (SAC)?

A School Advisory Council (SAC) is an advisory body that ensures school-wide representation when discussing matters and making decisions that affect the school. SAC invites all stakeholders to come to the table and share ideas that can help make the school a better place for all students. The School Advisory Council provides a sounding board for diverse opinions and points of view.

For more information, call the Office of Family, and Community Engagement at 215-400-4180 or visit:

http://webgui.phila.k12.pa.us/offices/s/oss/ 

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