Detroit, MI

Detroit Public Schools Community District invites parents to a listening session on welcoming the new semester

Mike Kazsyck

DETROIT, MI – Detroit Public Schools Community District's Office of Family and Community Engagement is holding Parent Listening Sessions with Board Member Corletta Vaughn and Superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti.

The sessions have three alternative schedules with one completed on July 27, while the other two are scheduled on August 24 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on September 28 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Committed to educate and empower every student to build a stronger Detroit, the office focuses on the relationship between parents, stakeholders, and many others that are involved in nurturing the children.

As parents play big roles in education, the Office of Family and Community Engagement creates many platforms designed for engagements. Its program and initiatives, like the Parent Listening Sessions, are based on best practice models that have been acknowledged both locally and nationally.

In these sessions, parents and community members are encouraged to share their experiences, ideas, and recommendations on making learning better for our students. The office will also share some updates regarding summer learning, resources, and supports.

Since Detroit is the largest Michigan’s largest public education system, the pandemic invokes a bigger concern for parents within the area. As fall is coming, plans to return to school and the utilization report of COVID relief funding will also be part of the discussion.

Join the sessions through MS Teams by using the following link https://bit.ly/313ZKGc or phone +1 313-462-2305 or by conference ID 808 304 147 #.

You can also inform other parents to join the discussion by sharing the official event flyer from this web page.

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