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Massachusetts General Laws Part I. Administration of the Government (Ch. 1-182) Ch. 71, § 38M

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School committees of cities, towns and regional school districts shall meet at least once every other month, during the months school is in session, with a student advisory committee to consist of five members to be composed of students elected by the student body of the high school or high schools in each city, town or regional school district.

The members of such student advisory committees shall, by majority vote prior to the first day of June in each year elect from their number a chairperson who shall serve for a term of one year.  Said chairperson shall be an ex-officio, nonvoting member of the school committee, without the right to attend executive sessions unless such right is expressly granted by the individual school committee.  Said chairperson shall be subject to all school committee rules and regulations and shall serve without compensation.

<[ Paragraph added by 2018, 296, Sec. 5 effective February 6, 2019.]>

A school committee may designate a student outreach coordinator for the purpose of ensuring the establishment of a student advisory committee and regularly informing the advisory committee of the school committee's agenda.

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