Advisory Committees

The district has several committees which rely on parent and community involvement.  If you are interested in any of these, please contact any principal or the district office.

ADVISORY COMMITTEES 

Student Advisory Committee
Established in the fall, this group of 10 high school students serves as an advisory group to the superintendent with a focus on student voice.

Facilities Planning Committee
Established in the fall, this group of community and staff members will analyze recommendations of a recent review of current facilities and enrollment forecasts, discuss program plans, and make recommendations to the Lynden School Board regarding long-range capital facility improvements.

Community Connections Team
Established in the fall, this advisory team is made up of community members. The focus of this team is to identify key topics that are important to the community and serve as an advisory to the superintendent. It is the superintendent’s belief that partnering with the community plays an important role in building strong and safe schools that serve students.

Instructional Materials Committee
If interested in serving on this committee, contact the Director of Teaching & Learning, Julie van Wijk at 354-4443 ext. 3404 or Julie VanWijk.
IMC Application (English)
IMC Application (Spanish)

LHS Career & Technical Education Committee
Multiple advisory committees in all CTE curricular areas meet three times a year.  For more information contact the CTE Director at 354-4401 ext. 5205.

Lynden Music Boosters
Goal: To support and promote music programs throughout the district at all grade levels.  Meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month during the school year in the high school band room.  Music Boosters can be reached at lyndenmusicboosters@hotmail.com.

Migrant Education Parent Advisory Council (M-PAC)
All parents of migrant students qualify for the M-PAC.  The M-PAC makes recommendations regarding the migrant program.  The M-PAC meets three times during the school year.  For information contact the Migrant Office at 354-8714.

Volunteer Application

Lynden Community Mentoring Program

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