Press Release Mar. 1 2021
Superintendent Dr. Sito Narcisse is requesting nominations for the Parent Advisory Council
As a key component of EBRPSS Superintendent Dr. Sito Narcisse’s 100 Day Plan, Dr. Narcisse is committed to engaging with a variety of stakeholders across the district through the formation of a Parent Advisory Council. The district currently seeks one parent/guardian from every school site to serve on the Parent Advisory Council.
“We want to hear from as many people as possible about what we can be doing better, what we’re doing well, and where they might need more resources to support their child’s learning in the home,” said Dr. Narcisse. “In order to be a district focused on every student, in every classroom, every day, we need to hear from those closest to the children, and I am excited to learn more from the families we serve.”
Interested parents or guardians are encouraged to nominate themselves or others through the nomination form. In order to be selected as a school representative, the parent/guardian nominee must have a child currently enrolled in the school they wish to represent. The Parent Advisory Council plans to meet once a month from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM at the Instructional Resource Center. The individuals selected to sit on this council will serve for the remainder of this school year and for the 2021-2022 school year. Due to COVID-19 meeting restrictions, the district will hold two separate meetings for elementary and secondary parents to reduce the number of attendees in each session.
The purpose of the EBRPSS Parent Advisory Council is to connect and empower groups of stakeholders through focused discussions and collaboration. The council will cover a wide array of topics such as improved college and career readiness strategies; social and emotional learning; safe and healthy school environments; and comprehensive student support services.
For additional questions please contact Caron Smith, EBRPSS Chief of Staff. For media requests, please contact Taylor Gast (firstname.lastname@example.org).Back to News
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