District Leadership Teams play a significant role in creating a structure for District-based decision making and shaping the path to collaboration between superintendents, principals, parents, teachers, other school staff, and community partners.
Section 100.11 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education requires every superintendent to develop a district plan, known as the District Comprehensive Educational Plan (DCEP), with a committee, known as a District Leadership Team. Chancellor's Regulation A655, provides a detailed blueprint of how DLTs accomplish the state's mandate for District-based planning and shared decision-making through the development and monitoring of the DCEP. If DLT meetings are scheduled during this time, they should be held virtually via tele- or videoconferencing.
In order to promote transparency and community awareness, DLT meetings shall be made open to anyone interested in observing. Observing does not include the ability to speak, “chat,” ask questions, provide comment, or otherwise communicate at the meeting.
District 15 DLT usually meets on the last Monday of every month at 9:30 a.m. Date and time are subject to change.