West Bloomfield Parent Communication Network Meets Oct. 12

West Bloomfield Parent Communication Network Meets Oct. 12

West Bloomfield, MI – Join us this Thursday, October 12 at 7 pm at West Bloomfield High School for this year’s first PCN meeting.

The West Bloomfield School District hosts meetings once-monthly on Thursdays to discuss relevant issues in education on a federal, state, and local level with interested students, parents, and faculty at the high school, middle, and elementary level. All are welcome to attend.

The Parent Communication Network meets monthly bringing together the Superintendent, representatives from each school’s PTO boards, the community, police, local organizations, WB School Board, to share information and work towards positive initiatives for our school district and community. One to two elected PTO board members are PCN representatives. The reps act as liaisons to report on school/organizational activities so that all schools and community members may gain knowledge and ideas. The PCN rep reports back to the rest of their PTO board, thereby creating a cohesive message between the district wide PCN and the school’s PTO.

All are invited to attend the District Wide PCN meetings.

2017-18 District-Wide PCN Schedule of Meetings

Thursday, October 12 WBHS 7:00 pm

Thursday, November 16 Scotch 10:00 am

Thursday, January 11 Roosevelt 7:00 pm

Thursday, February 8 Abbott 10:00 am

Thursday, March 15 OLMS 7:00 pm

Thursday, April 19 Sheiko 10:00 am

 

 

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