Parent Committees [BPAC/PAC]

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The BPAC/PAC Parent Advisory Committees are comprised of parent volunteers who have come together to create an organized support for students, staff, and parents/families to organize events and activities in support of the Zion Elementary District 6. The committees assist in making decisions around programming and parent involvement for both English and bilingual education. Additionally, the committees offer an opportunity to establish communication between families, students, and staff in our school district in relation to general and bilingual stakeholders. 
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Interested in becoming a Zion District 6 Parent Committee Member?

Complete the Parent Committee Interest Form.

Introducing FaceCafe, our new virtual gathering place.

A new opportunity for our District 6 families, which is being sponsored by BPAC/PAC! We are excited to share an avenue to bring our community together at a time when schools are closed. Make a reservation to join our upcoming FaceCafe. Reserve your spot now...attendee participation can accommodate up to 25 participants.

FaceCafe Reservation

  • Place your reservation through the FaceCafe Reservation portal
  • Your place in the group meeting will be reserved until participant capacity is full.
  • Reserved attendees will be contacted with details for joining the FaceCafe.
  • Participation can be via, phone or technology device (tablet, computer, smartphone)
  • The meeting will encourage video participation, but not required. Audio participation is acceptable.

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Mission Statement

The Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) mission is to facilitate understanding, respect, and support for all children in our community by promoting a network of parents/guardians of school-aged children with concerns and to provide an opportunity to share information. To accomplish this, PAC will provide informational workshops, resource fairs and meetings with parents/guardians, educators, students, and professionals. 

Our Purpose

  • To stimulate meaningful dialogue between parents, directors, and educators in Zion ESD 6.  
  • To help parents of Zion ESD 6 become more involved in their child’s education, and to help the children of Zion ESD 6 feel valued and important.
  • To facilitate dialogue between parents and educators, to help identify at-risk or underserved children and families.
  • To be the voice for parents of Zion ESD 6 with concerns regarding the school environment.
  • To work with the Zion ESD 6 board and directors to help bring the wider community and the Zion ESD 6 community together for the common goal, our children.

Our Goal
Our goal is to educate the wider community on the needs of the school-aged children in District 6.


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  Jessika Pencak
Coordinator of Parent Program Support


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