The Mayor's office announced a coffee hour with Dr. Enfield in May. Clearly, it's a PR push for the Families & Education levy because seniors vote. This is all good and well but meanwhile, she's booked up solid to speak to parents and other community (who actually have a slightly more vested interest in schools) till the end of the year. (Thanks to a reader for this tip.)
This also makes me wonder, for the umpteenth time, what is the working schedule for people at Central Administration? Do they work full-time during the school year and half-time during the summer (or not at all)? I honestly don't know except that headquarters is a ghost town during the summer. Anyone?
The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens invites older adults to attend a coffee hour with Dr. Susan Enfield, Interim Superintendent of Seattle Public Schools. Learn how Seattle's K-12 schools prepare children and youth for the future, and current opportunities and challenges. For more information, see the online flyer, call (206) 684-0500, or e-mail email@example.com.