ACPS Seeking Representatives for New Employee Voice and Action Committee (EVAAC)

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Human Resources is pleased to announce the creation of the new Employee Voice and Action Committee (EVAAC). This employee focus group is intended as a means of mutual interaction between management and staff to provide staff a resonant voice in the operation of Albemarle County Public Schools. Input and feedback from the EVAAC will be shared with the school board and superintendent to guide decision-making around policy and operational decisions affecting student needs, school and department climate, and working conditions for all employees across schools and departments. We invite you to learn more about the EVAAC process and review frequently asked questions about the work of the committee.

Interested? We are seeking representatives for this committee! If you are interested in serving on the committee, please look for a link to an interest survey that will soon be shared by your principal or department leader. Each school and department will have at least one representative and alternate on the Employee Voice and Action Committee (EVAAC).

Questions? Please contact Dan Redding, Executive Director of Human Resources.