Advisory Councils

Edgewood ISD has a variety of advisory councils for staff, parents, and community members to participate in. Committee members provide input and feedback to district leadership about the future of our schools.

Districtwide Educational Improvement Council (DEIC)

The Districtwide Educational Improvement Council (DEIC) operates in compliance with Education Code 11.251-Planning and Decision Making Process serving as the District level decision-making committee. This committee includes professional staff, district business representatives, community members and parents. The committee must meet at least two times each school year. The district level committee shall assist the superintendent in the annual development, evaluation and revision of the District Improvement Plan, as well as the District’s educational goals, performance objectives and major classroom instructional programs. The committee also advises on items including the staff development plan, approval of waivers, annual academic calendar and other matters that relate to the operation, supervision, and evaluation of the district’s educational program. Members are elected from each campus to serve staggered three year terms. District level staff are also elected. The District solicits volunteers from parents, business and community members to serve on the council.

Please contact Dr. Mary Miller-Baker for more information.

January 19, 2023

November 17, 2022

September 29, 2022

School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

School Health Advisory Council (SHAC):  As defined by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), a SHAC is appointed by the school district to serve at the district level and to provide guidance to the district on coordinated school health programming and its impact on student health and learning. The group of individuals represents segments of the community. More information regarding school health advisory councils can be found on the DSHS. The board shall appoint at least five members to the SHAC.  A majority of members must be persons who are parents of students enrolled in the district and who are not employed by the district. One of those members shall serve as chair or co-chair of the SHAC.

Please contact Olga Moucoulis for more information.

May 24, 2023

February 22, 2023

November 30, 2022

September 21, 2022

Learn more about SHAC

Student Wellness and Health Board Policies 


Public Statement:Below are the nearest providers of essential public health services under Health and Safety Code Chapter 121, and the contact information for the nearest local mental health authority.

Baptist Medical Center

Crisis Care Center

San Antonio Behavioral Health Care Hospital

Santa Rosa Hospital

The Center for Health Care Services

Urgent Behavioral Health Care

Edgewood Health Clinic

The number of times during the preceding year the SHAC has met; 1 


The district has a full-time nurse and full-time school counselor at each campus. 

Education Code 28.004(k