The role and responsibility of BPAC is to advise and assist the district in the implementation and evaluation of the BPAC program. The purpose of BPAC is to give the bilingual parents a voice in their children's education. If you are interested in participating in this group, contact Carolina Mendieta at email@example.com or Ann Paternostro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parent Diversity Advisory Council
The mission of the Parent Diversity Advisory Council is to enhance and enrich achievement for all students by serving as a district liaison providing educational and cultural resources for students, families, and staff in meeting their needs to ensure that curriculum, instruction, educators, and the learning environment are culturally sensitive and inclusive.
IPPC is the umbrella organization of all 31 District-204 PTA’s and PTSA’s and reports to PTA District 32, which is made up of all area councils in DuPage County. Our voting body, comprised of the PTA President and one IPPC Representative from each local unit, meets monthly to share information about issues in District 204, while sharing its commitment to the goals of Illinois and National PTA.
The Indian Prairie Special Needs (IPSN) PTA is primarily a group of parents and caregivers who have children with special needs in Indian Prairie School District 204, which serves children from the communities of Aurora, Bolingbrook, Plainfield, and Naperville. Our members have children with a wide range of ages, abilities and educational placements within and outside of the District's schools. Our group welcomes all interested persons at our meetings.