Past Recorded AAPAC Meetings
November 19th: CAC AAPAC Joint Meeting - Disproportionality
In partnership with the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) for Special Education, AAPAC hosted over 100 participants for our annual collaboration meeting. Our topic this year was Understanding Disproportionality: Continuing the Conversation. Together we unpacked the root causes for why Black Children are being disproportionality designated for Special Education and suspensions and what we as families can do about it.
For more information on what was discussed, please review the recording here.
October 27th: Student Assignment Community Meeting Watch Party and Debrief
AAPAC joined families across the district for a Student Assignment Community Meeting Watch party and AAPAC Debrief on Tuesday, October 27th. We hosted over 56 participants and were able to gather and compile questions, concerns and suggestions that will be made to SFUSD regarding the proposed changes to the Student Assignment Policy.
For more information on what was discussed, please review the recording. Enter the password: Nh9#38M*
September 17th: Humanizing The Black Experience in SFUSD
On September 17th we hosted 85 participants via our Virtual meeting titled “Humanizing The Black Experience in SFUSD” with SFUSD Family Resource Specialist and Life Coach, Ashley Blanco, as our guest presenter.
Check out the slide presentation. Unfortunately, we had difficulties with our recording.
August 20th: Welcome Back Celebration with Essential Info for Black Families
Join us for our first official General Body AAPAC meeting of the 2020-2021 school year. Our invited guests include SFUSD Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews, SFUSD Deputy Superintendent of Instruction Enikia Ford-Morthel, and a host of SFUSD Leaders all available to share information about the start of school, and respond to questions and concerns that you may have.
August 12th: AAPAC Hosted Virtual Town Hall: SFPD, Black Families, and Next Steps
AAPAC will be hosting a virtual town hall to better understand the decisions of policy makers and to hear the ideas and concerns of Black Families. We have an amazing panel of diverse leaders and stakeholders lined up and will open the discussion up for participant questions and ideas. If you have questions that you would like us to consider for the panelists, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attached are the link to the mentioned legislative efforts, organizations and press releases.