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Feedback Sessions Throughout the Community

Open to All 
  • January 10, 2019 at 6PM
    Feedback Session at Kennedy-Longfellow School - pizza and childcare will be provided
  • January 12, 2019 at 10AM
    Feedback Session at Graham & Parks School - snacks and childcare will be provided

Elementary School Feedback Sessions
Families, teachers and staff are warmly invited to join these discussions 

  • Amigos: Wednesday, January 9 | 7PM
  • Baldwin: Monday, January 14 | 8AM
  • Cambridgeport: Tuesday, January 8 | 6PM
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Wednesday, January 16 | 8AM
  • Fletcher Maynard: Friday, January 11 | 8AM
  • Graham & Parks: Wednesday, January 9 | 5:30PM 
  • Haggerty: Tuesday, January 8 | 8AM
  • Kennedy-Longfellow: Tuesday, January 15 | 8AM
  • King Open: Wednesday, January 9 | 6PM
  • Morse: Monday, January 14 | 6PM
  • Peabody: Thursday, January 10 | 8:30AM
  • Tobin: Friday, January 11 | 8AM

Upper School Feedback Sessions
Families, teachers and staff are warmly invited to join these discussions 

  • Amigos: Wednesday, January 9 | 7PM
  • CSUS: Monday, January 14 | 6PM
  • PAUS: Wednesday, January 16 | 8AM
  • RAUC: Thursday, January 10 | 7:30AM
  • VLUS: Friday, January 11 | 8AM

Specialized Audiences / Affinity Groups

  • Out of School Time Feedback Session
    Monday, January 14 at 2:30PM

  • Educator Town Hall
    Tuesday, January 15 from 2:30 - 4:30PM
    Given the disparate end times of CPS schools this session is scheduled for two hours in order to allow educators and other staff to stop by the Media Cafe. The agenda will include two presentations of the proposal itself, with stations set up around specific topics, to get your questions answered on the timeframe that works with your school schedule.
  • Family Policy Council
    January 17, 2019 at 5:15PM
    Open to the public

  • Special Education Families
    January 17, 2019 at 6PM

Tailored Outreach to Communities of Color
To ensure this process is inclusive and representative of the demographics of our community, CPS has been working with the city’s Community Engagement Team (CET) on a number of outreach strategies that are tailored to meet the cultural needs of diverse communities, as follows:

  • Three sessions have been organized specifically for immigrant parents, and hosted at Windsor Street Health Center, 812 Memorial Drive, and Fresh Pond Apartments.

  • The Outreach Worker for the American Born Black Outreach Team (ABBOT) is conducting phone surveys to encourage families to attend their school-based sessions and to share the most important proposal details for families for family reactions, concerns, and questions.