Agendas and Minutes
District Curriculum Coordinating Committee (DCCC)
The District Curriculum Coordinating Committee (DCCC) meets monthly to:
- Review curriculum prior to being submitted to the Chancellor
- Serve as NOCCCD’s highest authority for interpreting Title 5 curricular requirements
- Serve as a resource to District Consultation Council on curricular issues
Additional information on the curriculum and program review process at NOCCCD is found in Administrative Procedure 4020, Program and Curriculum Development (AP 4020).
Regular meetings of the Board are held at 5:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in the Board Room of the Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim, CA 92801. Any changes to the date or location of meetings, and of all special meetings, will be posted on this webpage and in hardcopy format on the first floor of the Anaheim Campus.
The first Board meeting of each month focuses on regular business items, while the second meeting of the month is an information/discussion session, with business items handled as needed.
Individual members of the Board of Trustees have no legal authority except at official Board meetings.
Official meetings are regularly scheduled meetings, legally called special meetings and adjourned meetings. A quorum, which is a majority of the elected Board membership, must be present. The law also stipulates that: “The governing Board shall act by majority vote of all the membership constituting the governing Board.” Minutes of the meetings have the status of official legal documents and must include a record of each Board action.
District Board meetings must be open to the public. However, California law provides for closed sessions and the exclusion of the public when the Board is considering expulsion, suspension, or disciplinary action in connection with any student of the District; the appointment, employment, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; complaints or charges brought against a public officer or employee; litigation; labor negotiations; real estate transactions; and insurance and liability issues.