African American Parent Advisory Council

AAPAC

Dear Mission Parents & Guardians!

We cordially invite you to our upcoming (AAPAC) African American Parent Advisory Council meeting on Tuesday, December 8 at 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Our continued goal is to provide parents & guardians a safe place to voice your interest, needs, and concerns, in addition to providing resources to help you and your student excel throughout this school year.

What is  AAPAC?

The Mission High School (AAPAC) African-American Parent Advisory Council is an advocacy group made up of parents and guardians.

Through monthly meetings, we will provide support and help resources to ensure the academic success of our African-American students.

Mission High has proudly served our students with our work around equity teaching, which has enabled us as an entire community to engage families, students, and staff, and have honest and powerful conversations around the meaning and practice of social justice and equity.

Connect with our Staff for Assistance: 

We look forward to partnering with you, and please look out for AAPAC and general school announcements in our weekly Parent News Bulletin that's sent to your emails every Monday. 

You may reach out to our AAPAC staff coordinators for AAPAC questions or  general school assistance. Thank you.

AAPAC Staff Coordinators: 

Ms. Pirette McKamey, Principal  
mckameyp@sfusd.edu

Mr. Tadd Scott,  English Teacher                
scottt@sfusd.edu  

Ms. Benita Varnado, Parent Coordinator
Varnadob@sfusd.edu