Seattle Public Schools’ superintendent sets West Seattle chat

From the “School Beat” e-newsletter just distributed – Seattle Public Schools superintendent Dr. Maria Goodloe-Johnson (who was at the Denny event this morning, photo left) has scheduled “coffee hour”-style meetings around the district, and one is in West Seattle (the only evening meeting, too): 6:50-8 pm September 29th at High Point Community Center (6920 34th SW; map). Big week for HPCC – two nights later, it hosts a community meeting with Parks boss Tim Gallagher (7 pm October 1).

2 Replies to "Seattle Public Schools' superintendent sets West Seattle chat"

  • Derek Birnie September 15, 2009 (9:58 am)

    It’s good to see the Superintendent getting out in the community. Schools are an incredibly important part of the fabric of our community in a surprisingly wide range of ways that go way beyond the classroom. If you’re interested in community health, urban agriculture, or sustainable and equitable development, I encourage you to join the conversation!

  • Muna Ali September 30, 2009 (10:11 am)

    I came out of last nights meeting the same way I went into it, not understanding anything. I got a lot of “I don’t know, I’m not sure and you should come to the feedback meetings.” I was not happy about the fact that there were no interpreter for the Somali community, even though they make up a huge amount of the population in High Point.

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