• The Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) Executive Panel is a structured group appointed by the Board of Education that provides advice to the Board on specific issues impacting educational policy, activities, and programs. The CAC may choose to study and report on educational issues of countywide concern. It also responds to requests from the Board for research and recommendations on specific educational issues.  

    The CAC Executive Panel is composed of county residents who represent the diversity of parents and citizens in the county. It includes:

    • two representatives from each of the 13 high school clusters, one from elementary schools and one from secondary schools
    • two at-large representatives
    • one military representative
    • representatives from the Superintendent’s Parent Involvement Advisory Council (PIAC), the Special Education Advisory Committee (SECAC), and the Anne Arundel County Council of PTAs (AACCPTAs)

    The Board of Education is now accepting applications for 16 openings on the Executive Committee the CAC. The following seats are currently open:

    • Annapolis cluster, elementary representative
    • Arundel cluster, elementary representative
    • Broadneck cluster, elementary and secondary representatives
    • Crofton cluster, elementary and secondary representatives
    • Glen Burnie cluster, secondary representative
    • Meade cluster, secondary representative
    • North County cluster, elementary representative
    • Northeast cluster, secondary representative
    • Old Mill cluster, elementary and secondary representatives
    • South River cluster, secondary representative
    • Southern cluster, elementary representative
    • At-large countywide representative
    • Military countywide representative

    Applications, which can be found below, must be received at the Board of Education by 4 p.m. on June 14, 2021. At a subsequent meeting, the Board will appoint representatives to these positions.

     2021-22 CAC Application

     2021-22 CAC Application (espanol)