Are we meeting student need?
... And the next step: Using your voice
Community conversations around School Reports moves to the Central region Tuesday, while voices from the education revolution speak Wednesday at Aki Kurose MS.
Your child. Your school. Is there anything we should be doing differently? Central region schools meet Tuesday, 7-8:30 p.m. at Washington Middle School, 2101 S. Jackson St., Seattle 98144.
Your region's executive director for schools and your local school principals will be in attendance. The evening will include an overview of your region's School Reports and breakout discussion sessions centered on improvement plans and next steps.
Meeting details (locations, region definitions, etc)
Look up your School Report (improvement plan is on page 2 of the report)
Tools for parents, community and schools
Last stop: West Seattle meets Thursday, Dec. 9, at West Seattle High School.
School Report community meetings are co-sponsored
by the Seattle Council PTSA and Seattle Public Schools.
... Next step: Using your voice: Ben Austin of California's Parent Revolution and Trise Moore of the Federal Way School District will lead a conversation about how parents can get engaged to support their child's success in school and beyond. Pizza, child care provided.
Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 5:30 - 7 p.m.,
Aki Kurose Middle School - Auditorium, 3928 South Graham Street, Seattle.
Register for this free event.
The Education Revolution series is sponsored by the League of Education Voters
Trise Moore is a parent of two children and the Family & Community Partnership Director for Federal Way School District. She has built a team of parents and community leaders that helped the district gain Harvard Family Research Project's recognition as one of six exemplary family engagement programs in the nation.
Ben Austin has served as the executive director of the Parent Revolution since April 2008. Prior to launching the Parent Revolution campaign, he directed the successful campaign to transform Locke High School from the worst high school in Los Angeles into a college preparatory model of reform.