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PH Education Commission

Did you know?

Did you know that the City of Pleasant Hill has a commission specifically focused on education issues relevant to us?

Pleasant Hill schools operate within the larger MDUSD community and your Education Commission works to ensure the voices of the schools in Pleasant Hill (also referred to as the "College Park Feeder Pattern") are heard.

Below is the Education Commission Mission Statement.  Meetings are open to the public and occur on the 4th Wednesday of each month.  For more information, visit the City of Pleasant Hill website education page 

For agendas and updates

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Education Commission is to improve the quality of K-12 education in the city of Pleasant Hill by:

A. Acting as an advocate for issues and concerns of Pleasant Hill public schools with regard to the Mt. Diablo Unified School District.

B. Facilitating communication, cooperation, and partnership among Pleasant Hill schools, including providing a forum for discussing common issues, concerns, and activities.

C. Involving and informing the general Pleasant Hill community & the City Council about the activities and needs of Pleasant Hill’s schools, including acting as a clearinghouse for information and when appropriate, acting as a liaison with businesses, groups, and youth activities.

Hour of Code

PH Education Commission Website

PH Education Commission Website

CP Commissioners

Each Education Commissioner is tasked with liaising with at least one school in the Pleasant Hill area. This requires meeting monthly with the school Principal, staff, and/or PTSA leaders to ensure constant communication between the school and the commission. 

The Commissioner currently serving College Park is: Joann Jacobs

If you have any issues that you would like for the Education Commission to address with your school or the district, please click on the commissioner name to email that person. 

You may also contact the Education/Advisory Commission staff liaison, Martin Nelis, at 925-671-5229, with questions or comments.

To view all Education Commissioners, click here.