The School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is a volunteer advisory group that collectively acts to provide recommendations to the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees. The council’s purpose is to ensure community values, and local health issues are reflected in the District’s health education policies and instructions.
SHAC committees address all factors of the District’s school health program.
- Nutrition and fitness
- Health education
- Health services and general well-being
- Parent and community involvement
- Healthy and safe school environment
The local school health advisory council’s duties include recommending:
- The number of hours of instruction to be provided in health education
- Health education curriculum appropriate for specific grade levels that may include a coordinated health education program designed to prevent obesity, cardiovascular disease, and Type II diabetes
- Instruction to prevent smoking and substance abuse.
- Appropriate grade levels and methods of instruction for human sexuality education.
- Monica Faulkner, Chairperson
- Dr. Holly Garza, Vice Chair
- Machelle Andrew, Secretary
- Bill Muench, Parent
- Claudio Cruz, Community Member
- Dr. Holly Garza, Parent
- Dr. Jennifer Faulkner, Parent
- Dr. Monica Faulkner, Parent
- Heather Bullis Bertero, Parent
- Janice Mason, Parent
- Jen Henderson, Parent
- Judge Aurora Martinez Jones, Parent
- Laurie Born, Community Member
- Lisa Cauble, Community Member
- Machelle Andrew, Parent
- Margo Fox, Parent
- Mary Stewart, Parent
- Melissa Vandermeer, Parent
- Michele Sherwood, Parent
- Mindy Carroll, Parent
- Nish Jindani, Parent
- Patty Langlet, Community Member
- Sonia McMasters, Community Member
Apply to Serve
The School Health Advisory Board occasionally seeks members to serve on the Board. If you are interested in serving on the SHAC, click the apply button.
Substance abuse prevention and intervention
Round Rock ISD is dedicated to the well-being of students and promotes a community that cares about each of its members. If you are experiencing pressures to use drugs seek out a trusted parent, advisor, counselor or send an anonymous alert.