Cambridge Parents will be holding a one-day summit on Saturday May 12. We hope to connect parents to discuss issues on our mind, build community, and organize for positive change.
We are an inclusive and diverse coalition of parents working to improve children’s learning and experience in the Cambridge Public Schools. We seek to build a strong, united parent community by informing, empowering and activating parents and caregivers across Cambridge. We will engage with teachers, the school administration, the School Committee and other interested parties to create change.
What Is It?
Parents from around the district are planning a one-day Parent Summit on Saturday, May 12th at the Fletcher-Maynard Academy school with free childcare and lunch. We hope to connect parents to discuss top issues, build community, and organize for positive change.
Why Is This Happening?
We hope to connect parents to discuss top issues, build community, and organize for positive change. By building a strong and united parent coalition, we will give parents a voice that will help advocate change.
Who Is Involved?
This parent summit is being organized by a diverse group of parents from different schools, for participation by all Cambridge parents and caregivers interested in our public schools.
How Will Action Take Place?
At the Parent Summit, we will gather several key issues of most interest and create a preliminary plan for change. Our goal -- a strong and united parent coalition will then engage with teachers, school administration, School Committee, and other interested parties to implement change.
Posted by Dee T.