Tuesday, March 22nd
Neighbor to Neighbor program and African American Male Scholars Think Tank to inform and get feedback from students, families, school staff and community stakeholders about the African American Male Scholars Initiative, to inform recommendations to the superintendent. This is the second in the series.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Parlor
1634 19th Ave, Seattle
Wednesday, March 23rd
Work Session- Families and Education Levy Update, 4:30-5:30pm
Oversight Work Session- Teaching & Learning Part II (Curriculum & Instruction and Highly Capable), 5:30-7:00pm* this portion has been postponed to a date to be determined. New topic to be determined.
Work Session: Program changes-process, communication, decision making (5:30-7:00PM*)
Work Session- Superintendent SMART Goal #3 (Special Education), 7:00-8:00pm
Editor's note: Put off discussion of Highly Capable, again? I'm hoping this is because directors have asked hard questions about this program.
Thursday, March 24th
24-Credit Graduation Requirement Meeting
Ballard High School, 6:30-8:00 pm
Please join us to offer your feedback on how Seattle Public Schools could best serve students under the state's new high school graduation requirements. The requirements will take effect for our current 7th graders when they enter 9th grade in 2017 but potential changes could affect current students. (There will be another meeting next week at South Lake High School.)
Saturday, March 26th
Not one, not two, not three but four director community meetings. Again, I wish they could try to space these out.
Director Geary - 11am-1:00pm - Montlake Library
Director Patu - 10 am-11:30 am - Cafe Vita
Director Burke - 1:00-3:00 pm - Caffe Appassionato meeting room, 4001 21st Avenue West
Director Pinkham - 3:30-5:00 pm - Northgate Library