Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Become a Student Volunteer with SYAC

Are you a freshman or sophomore living in Southlake or attending CISD? Would you enjoy learning more about the City of Southlake, attending City events, and earning volunteer hours? Then you should fill out a SYAC application today!

SYAC members will meet monthly, on the second Wednesday of each month at 4:15 p.m. at Southlake Town Hall.

SYAC is accepting applications through October 1, 2017. View and print the application.

What is SYAC? The Southlake Youth Action Commission is a group aimed at teaching students more about their local government. Commission members will meet with each City department and learn about its role within the City as well as attend City events and participate in volunteer opportunities.

If you’re a student and you’d like to learn more about what government looks like at the local level, SYAC is a great opportunity. Apply to join today!

Learn more about SYAC by visiting www.cityofsouthlake.com. Questions about the application process, contact Cassie Tucker at (817) 748-8036.

Carroll Accepting Committee Applications

Citizens interested in participating on a 2013-2014 Board Advisory Committee for the Carroll Independent School District have the opportunity to submit an application before the September 18 deadline.

The Carroll School Board invites interested parents and taxpayers to volunteer their time and expertise on the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC), the District Advisory Committee, or Campus Site-Based Decision-Making Committees.

Completed applications must be returned to the Superintendent’s Office, 2400 N. Carroll Avenue in Southlake by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 18. Submitting an application does not necessarily guarantee participation.  Members of the SHAC must be accepted and voted into their positions by the Carroll School Board. The membership of some committees, like the District Advisory Committee and Campus Site-Based Committees, must comply with state law.

Several of the committees are chaired by members of the Carroll School Board. In addition to these committees, the Board also operates an Audit Committee, a Budget & Finance Committee, and a citizen’s Bond Advisory Committee, made up of citizens who were a part of the Long-Range Facility Planning Committee. Membership for the Audit and Budget & Finance Committees is determined every other year.

For more information about each committee or to apply, visit the District Committees web page at www.southlakecarroll.edu/board-district-committees.aspx.

Click here for the District Committee Application.