Virginia Public Schools
Community Education Meeting Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Goodman Auditorium 6:00 P.M.
The public is invited to an information session at Goodman Auditorium on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 6:00P.M. A panel of professionals will provide facts and information about gender identity, transgender students, state and federal laws and guidance to schools and how school district policy is about ensuring that all students have access to educational opportunities and activities, so they can be successful in school.
The Virginia School Board is developing a policy to include all students and provide them with a respectful and safe learning environment. Please join us at the informational session.
The goal of the Virginia Indian Education program is to close the achievement gap between American Indian students and the general student population. To accomplish this, we have four primary objectives:
1. Increase academic performance through a strong tutoring and support system in the high school and elementary schools.
2. Implement cultural learning experiences for the personal well-being of American Indian students and to educate all students and staff.
3. Expose students to the reality of post-secondary education through college visits and post-secondary guidance.
4. Recognize the importance of parent involvement by providing involvement opportunities and family activities.
Your Indian Education staff:
Dorothy Oie, program director, Contact information: 218-749-KIDS ext. 1949 Email: email@example.com
Michele Maki, high school academic advisor, ext. 1914 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Strong, elementary academic advisor, exts. Roosevelt 1947 / Parkview 4153 Email: email@example.com