“There are so many demands on school funding especially on mental health issues that we find in schools these days, that it’s tough to make dollars go everywhere they need to go.”
“I recognize a great foundation of staff capability and community desire to be excellent. If we can bring these groups together in a shared vision the outcome will be magic.”
“We are simply asking our school leaders to continue to be creative, innovative and persistent in their pursuit to reach students with some kind of academic opportunity.”
A free take-home dinner is available for anyone under the age of 18, not just members of the school or church. “We wanted to help the parents on their way home from work,” she says.
In a district-wide building assessment, architect Hollis + Miller outlined infrastructure needs at nearly all of the district’s aging buildings, tallying an estimated total of $108 million.
The grab-and-go meals for both breakfast and lunch will be distributed at specified schools starting Monday, March 23 or Tuesday, March 24. Some offer delivery.