At the conclusion of the most recent legislative session, the Delaware General Assembly passed Senate Bill 300 (SB 300). This bill requires the Wilmington Education Improvement Commission to conduct an assessment detailing the total fiscal impact of the transition of City of Wilmington students from the Christina School District to the Red Clay Consolidated School District due to redistricting. The Fiscal Impact Ad-hoc committee was created to conduct the assessment of the fiscal impact of redistricting. To view the final Fiscal Impact Analysis and/or the Facilities Assessment, view our reports page.
Committee meetings are open to the public. Meeting locations, dates, and times are posted on the Delaware Public Meeting Calendar and the Solutions for Delaware Schools Calendar. All meeting minutes will be posted upon approval of the committee.
Agendas and Minutes
Joseph Pika, Ph.D., Chair
WEIC Commissioner and Former President, State Board of Education
Assistant Superintendent, Red Clay Consolidated School District
Tammy Croce, Ed.D.
Executive Director, Delaware Association of School Administrators
Deputy Secretary, Delaware Department of Education
Chief Financial Officer, Red Clay Consolidated School District
Executive Vice President, Delaware Contractors Association
Jason Hale, Ed.D.
Director of Business, New Castle County Vocational Technical School District
Deputy Controller-General, State of Delaware and Co-Chair, WEIC Funding Committee
President, New Castle County Chamber of Commerce
Mary Nash Wilson
Education Analyst, Office of Management and Budget, State of Delaware
Margie Lopez Waite
Head of School, Las Americas ASPIRA Academy Charter School
John W. Marinucci, Ed.D
Executive Director, Delaware School Boards Association
Chief Financial Officer, Christina School District
Executive Director, Delaware State Education Association