Citizen Advisory Committees
Budget Advisory Committee
Career and Technology
: Mr. William B. Seccurro (410-588-5347)
The Board of Education of Harford County (the "Board") has established a Budget Citizen Advisory Committee (the "Committee")
with responsibilities and specific duties in providing input on an advisory basis to
the Board as it considers the adoption of Harford County Public Schools Annual Budget
by recommending ways to improve the budget, the budgeting process and its presentation
to the community.
Family Life Education
: Mr. Robert Limpert (410-588-5244)
Members of the Career and Technology Education Citizen Advisory Council serve as advisors, advocates, and reviewers for Career
and Technology Education Programs, which prepare students for further education and careers
in current and emerging professions. The Council solicits participation from individuals
representing businesses in the ten Maryland Career Clusters.
: Mrs. Ginny Popiolek (410-588-5274)
This committee participates with the school system's Family Life Education Committee in decisions regarding materials to
be used in the kindergarten through twelfth grade educational program on Family Life
and Human Development and HIV/AIDS prevention.
Safety and Security
: Dr. Peter Carpenter (410-588-5354)
The Gifted Education Committee discusses and reviews the impact of the Gifted Education Program on higher student achievement.
: Mr. Bob Benedetto (410-638-4242)
This committee provides input into program improvements and initiatives in the school system. It reviews existing procedures
pertaining to safety and security.
: Dr. Susan Austin (410-588-5246)
The Special Education Citizen’s Advisory Committee (SECAC) operates as a partnership between parents and families, community
leaders and organizations, educators and HCPS leadership in support of the needs of children
with disabilities. No application process is needed to participate on SECAC.