July 28, 2021 - Dr. Camesha Hill-Carter has been announced as the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) president. Dr. Hill-Carter is an educator with a myriad of gifts and talents. As an award-winning author and speaker, she currently serves as the first vice president of the St. Louis Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, for which she leads nine committees. She has penned many books and articles, working with Dr. Chance Lewis and Dr. Ivory Toldson, as well as being one of the foremost researchers in Missouri on the crib to prison pipeline, focusing on teacher neglect and isolation of students.
Rob Eaton has been announced as the PAC vice-president. Eaton runs his own plumbing business, where he works alongside his wife. He is a pastor of a local church and enjoys spending time with his family, teaching spinning classes, and working out. He is a an active volunteer in the Ritenour School District (RSD), acting as the PTO president at Ritenour Middle School and a chairperson on RSD’s PTO President's team. Eaton has a bachelor’s in Christian Ministry, a Masters in Theological Studies, and holds certificates in project, financial, and business management.
SSD’s PAC consists of parents or guardians whose students are receiving special education and related services from SSD in each of the 22 St. Louis County school districts and 5 SSD special education schools. These individuals advise and collaborate to improve the education, confidence, and social outcomes of each student served by SSD. PAC works closely with District administration, Board of Education, and Governing council.
Additional details, including meeting dates, contact information, and parent resources can be found on PAC’s website.