District Seeks Membership for School Improvement Advisory Committee

The Muscatine Community School District is looking for community and parent volunteers that would be willing to become a part of the School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC).

What is the SIAC?

The School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) is a board-appointed committee that is representative of the Muscatine Community School District and community.

Specific membership requirements to be met are as follows:

  • At least two student representatives including the Muscatine High School Student Council president, Junior Class president, and any other student representatives deemed appropriate.
  • Three teacher representatives including an elementary and secondary teacher as well as the MEA president.
  • Three administration representatives including Superintendent, Director of Innovation and Instruction, and Principal.
  • Four community representatives from business and non-profit sectors.
  • Two parent representatives.
  • Total representation should reflect the community’s demographics to the largest extent practicable.


The purpose of the SIAC Committee is to provide input to the board of education regarding:

  • Major educational needs
  • Student learning goals
  • Long-range and annual improvement goals
  • Desired levels of student performance
  • Progress toward meeting district goals
  • Harassment/bullying prevention initiatives
  • Character education


The SIAC committee will meet a minimum of three times a year to review district data and develop recommendations for the board of education for the annual goal-setting meeting. In addition, individual SIAC members will be available to meet with the Department of Education Comprehensive Site Visit Team.

CONTACT: Lisa Bunn at 563-263-7223 or if interested.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Stay informed Click here to sign up for email updates from MCSD, or subscribe to our RSS feed.
If you are having trouble accessing any portion of this website or its content please contact this number for assistance - 563-263-7223.