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CEEB Code: 052358 PVPUSD

Principal's Advisory Council (PAC)

Advisor/Principal: Dr. Charles Park

PAC Description: 

The Principal’s Advisory Council (PAC) is a group of student leaders who lead projects for school improvement. PAC serves under Principal Dr. Charles Park as ambassadors for Palos Verdes High School. PAC is an elective class, with both an academic and a citizenship grade. PAC members have the ability to directly promote positive change and represent the school as student ambassadors. Applications for the Principal’s Advisory Council will be made available near the end of the third quarter. Completed applications should be submitted to Dr. Park, and interviews are held at the end of each school year. 

Principal’s Advisory Council | 2017-18
Last Name, First Name
Beecher, Caroline
Bornheimer, Alexis
Cho, Seren
Corcoran, Sean
Criley, Richard
Criley, Williams
Crump, Kevin
Davin, Amy
Davis, Steven
Dominguez, Jacob
Fresch, Morgan
Gilligan, Nick
Gormley, Megan
Halverson, Nicole
Heise, Keaton
Henderson, Bo
Hill, Emma
Hill, Thomas
Kalejaiye, Ebun

Karlitz, Lane
LaPine, Joshua
Levin, Emily
Lok, Anton
Maemoto, Abbie
McCarthy, Brynn
McVicar, Skylar
Mendez, Alana
Michel, Dawson
Min, Alice
Min, Tiffany
Nash, Austin
Nash, Brandon
Onyeador, Onyinyechi
Ota, Landon
Paddock, Hannah
Park, Joshua
Pascal, Ryan
Pluimer, Lucy
Razepoor, Matin
Reid, Francis
Rener, Emmy
Roberts, Charles
Roberts, Whitney
Saab, Sereene
Shitabata, Malia
Simonian, Avery
Smith, Sidney
Stafford, Max
Tom, Stephanie
Trell, Audrey
Trujillo, Amanda
Usui, Matthew
Wang, Isabelle
Wang, Jonathan
Weiss, Wolfgang
Wescott, Connor

Public Relations and Media Committee
The committee oversees meeting and event schedules while acting as the major communication bridge between Dr. Park and his council members. The group is also in charge of media relations, managing the council website and Twitter account, @pvhs_pac. The group's main objective is to provide council members with consistent and organized information, while building a strong and positive image of PVHS in the public light.

Special Projects Committee
The Special Projects Committee was newly introduced to tackle unique and complex projects that will affect the future direction of PVHS. The Special Projects Committee’s main objective is to affect change that will benefit the campus, school, and student body.

Peer Mentoring Committee
The Peer Mentoring Committee collaborates with administration, teachers, and counselors regarding ways to lead school policies and programs. The Peer Mentoring Committee will also be launching a tutoring program which will make tutoring services available to all student everyday on campus. 

Outreach Committee
The goal of the Outreach Committee is to show intermediate schools and elementary schools how great Palos Verdes High School is and to give younger, prospective students an introduction to the Sea King Family. The Outreach Committee wants to share the amazing experiences here at PVHS with the younger generation and keep building the Sea King Family.