The Dallas ISD home-rule charter commission committee will meet Monday night to start discussions on how the district will operate, spend money and be governed, if voters approve of the new charter.
The new home-rule charter commission is scheduled to meet at 5:30 p.m.
Although the committee has a year to write the Dallas Independent School District's charter, according to André Riley, Director, Dallas ISD News and Information, DISD is working on a tighter deadline.
This will determine how all of Dallas ISD schools operate, if voters pass the constitution in November.
Monday night's agenda starts with the 15-member committee taking their oath of office.
They will also elect their commission officers.
Discussion will then proceed on how the commission envisions Dallas ISD under the new charter.
They plan to discuss how the district will operate, spend its money and be governed.
The deadline to have the charter written, so the home-rule issue appears on the November ballot, is August 18.