Students interested in the council should be “concerned for the needs of all students and have a desire to ensure GCPS is focused on improvement for each and every student,” according to the news release. Watts asks the advisory council to be constructive, honest, open and respectful as members share opinions.
The district will inform students who are selected on Sept. 9.
Meetings will be Sept. 17, Nov. 14, Feb. 11 and May 1. The meetings will take place at the J. Alvin Wilbanks Instructional Support Center in Suwanee except for on Nov. 14, which will be virtual. The meetings also have separate sessions for middle school and high school students except for on May 1 when all students will be together.