Curriculum, Instruction & Technology Advisory Committee

  • The Wayzata Public Schools Curriculum, Instruction & Technology Advisory Committee (CITAC) purpose is to function as an advisory committee to the Wayzata School Board and administration regarding curriculum review and technology matters:
    Citizens Curriculum, Instruction & Technology Advisory Committee will serve as a business/community sounding board and communications link between the School Board and the business and residential communities of District 284. CITAC meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of October, December, February, and May from 7:30-9:00am at Central Middle School in the Media Center.
    CITAC candidates need to reside in the Wayzata School District, should possess an interest in curriculum, instruction and education technology issues; a strong background in education and/or information technology; and a desire to further the success of the students and families served by Wayzata Public Schools.
    If you are interested in applying, please submit your application by August 31. If you have questions regarding CITAC or the application process please contact Wade Phillips, Director of Technology, at 763-745-5101 or via email at