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Students to Lead Dialogue at Next Gen Engage Town Hall Series at Pompano Beach High School

Monday, December 05, 2016
 

WHO:            

School Board Members, Superintendent Robert W. Runcie, Students, District Staff, Parents, Local Elected Officials and Community Members
 

WHAT:

The Next Gen Engage town hall series provides an opportunity for students to share their experiences, thoughts and ideas about what happens in their schools and classrooms. This is the third of seven Next Gen Engage events taking place throughout the District.
 

WHEN:

Thursday, December 8, 2016
Speaker registration begins at 5 p.m.
Student engagement begins at 5:30 p.m.
                

WHERE:

Pompano Beach High School
600 NE 13th Avenue
Pompano Beach, FL 33060


WHY:    

The Next Gen Engage town hall series evolves from the 2011 Superintendent’s Listening Tour, which brought the community together to share concerns, and Conversations With The District, which moved the discussion from community concerns to actively engaging stakeholders in open dialogue. This year, engagement is geared to student-led discussions that challenge the District in its vision to prepare today’s students to be successful in tomorrow’s world.

For a complete schedule of Next Gen Engage events, visit browardschools.com/bcpsnextgen or contact the Legislative Affairs Department, at 754-321-2608. Join the Next Gen Engage conversation on social media at #BCPSNextGen.

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