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Posted December 13, 2016

Students Advise Superintendent

Representatives from across the district are working on projects to improve their education.

Superintendent Raquel Reedy's monthly meeting with her student advisors included conversations about the district’s budget situation and a graduate profile being developed in line with the academic master plan.

Students representing high schools from across the district also continue work on four specific projects:

  • A west-side Career Enrichment Center
  • A communications plan for high schools
  • Community service
  • Ethnic studies courses.

“My student advisors continue to bring insight and thoughtful ideas that help me tremendously in running the district,” said Supt. Reedy. “They want to be at the table as we make decisions that impact their education. They are truly interested in seeing the district continue to improve for their futures.”

The superintendent asked her student advisors to come up with ideas that could help deal with a large projected budget shortfall.

“We know you and your fellow students have ideas we haven't even thought of, so we need you to advise us," she said.

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