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Information for Parents: April 20 Demonstrations

Superintendent Jack R. Smith sent a message to all families about the national student walkout planned for April 20 to advocate for gun control and school safety. In his message, he reiterated the district's support for student advocacy and outlined his support of activities that allow students to do so while at school, in a learning environment that is supportive and safe. The full message is linked below.

Superintendent's Message

Teacher of the Year

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Hundreds of Students Attend Choose Respect Teen Dating Conference

Students, parents, educators and community advocates recently came together at the Choose Respect conference to promote healthy teen dating and examine the issues around teen dating violence. The conference included interactive workshops as well as a resource fair.

Conference

Mental Health Forum

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