Tomorrow, three Board members have their regular community meetings.
Sherry Carr from 8:30 - 10:00 am, Greenwood Neighborhood Service Center
8515 Greenwood Avenue North
Michael DeBell from 9-11 am Caffé Appassionato, 4001 – 21st Ave. W. (next to Fisherman’s Terminal)
Steve Sundquist from 1-2:30 p.m., Delridge Library, 5423 Delridge Way SW (Please note, I see that Steve likes to shake things up so his meetings are at different times and places each time so always check the Board website for a particular date. He also has multiple dates in a month; good for Steve.)
Also, I don't see a meeting schedule for either Betty Patu or Kay Smith-Blum although I did see that Kay had some sort of meeting last week.
Next Wednesday, Jan. 20th., the Board will have a Work Session on "policies" followed by the regular Board meeting. The topic of the Work Session, as I understand it, is them trying to find a philosophy to guide them on what policies to keep, rework and eliminate. The Board will be voting on the Transition Plan at the Board meeting.
From the district's Schoolbeat:
Parent information set for elementary special education risers
Parents and guardians of special education students are invited to attend a meeting being held for those students rising into kindergarten, first grade, third grade or fourth grade.
January 19, 2010 (Tuesday)
John Stanford Center
Room 1005 (Auditorium)
Seattle Public Schools will hold an open house and recruiting fair on the STEM program at Cleveland High School on January 23. The STEM program focuses on a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics curriculum with students having a choice of two academies: Life Science and Global Health; and Engineering and Technology. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the STEM Web site at www.seattleschools.org/area/stem.
STEM at Cleveland Open House and Recruiting Fair
Saturday, January 23, 2010
10 a.m. to noon
Cleveland High School, Commons
5511 15th Ave. S.