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Join Kay-Smith Blum for a conversation about your schools.

It is important that all attend  Kay Smith-Blum’s  first meeting of this school year this Saturday.  This is not just her chance to share her thoughts with us, but is also   our chance share thoughts with our School Board Representative and our community and to learn about the experiences of others in our community.    Remember that as you review the agenda items below such as capital planning , the next building cycles,  Lowell Elementary, and APP all have the potential to greatly impact the neighborhood assignment plan and the schools in the area, which in turn would affect our families and communities.

Her email announcement is below: Kay Smith-Blum, Seattle School Board, District 5


I will be holding my first community meeting of the 2011-12 school year this Saturday, August 27th at the Douglass-Truth Library, at 23rd and E. Yesler, Seattle, WA 98122

Topics for discussion will include (but not limited to):1. Update on Lowell Elementary current program; 2.Update on APP at Lincoln process; 3.Upcoming Board policy work around capital planning and Series 4000, including visitor policies, disciplinary policies, law enforcement interaction, etc.; 4.. Update on enrollment; 5.. Discussion on next building cycle and how it can effect the central region schools;6. Recap of Board workshop on technology, vision for 21st Century Classrooms.

Hope you’ve had a good summer! I look forward to our ongoing work together.

Kay Smith-BlumDirector, Position 5, Seattle School Board

0 thoughts on “Join Kay-Smith Blum for a conversation about your schools.

  1. Yes, I made sure it was in the calendar posting, but somehow it didn’t make into this story. sorry. It is now corrected

  2. This is not the first time KSB has referred to Douglas-Truth. Someone should ask her if she knows for whom the library was named. Or, maybe it’s just sabotage from her spell checker.

  3. Yes, Last year I emailed her and the Seattle Schools staff who write the original postings one the School Board staff. I will do it again.