Exercise Your Right to Vote Tomorrow, May 23rd, @ High School

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED – NEXT STEPS

by Anne Buckley
May 12, 2017

SAVE THE DATE – TUESDAY, MAY 16th at 7pm,

ROBERT ADAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

TIME TO ACT

Many of you attended the screening of Most Likely to Succeed at Holliston High School last month. Thank you for your contribution. The film was a wonderful catalyst for invigorating discussions among our students, staff, parents, and community members and inspired us to re-imagine what is happening in our classrooms.

Our panelists will join us again on Tuesday, May 16th at RAMS to answer more of your questions and discuss the challenges ahead of us, and how we can work together as a community to find solutions that address the learning needs of our students.

Let’s act together!

Joining us to continue the discussion and bring you a cross-section of knowledge and insights:

Dr. Brad Jackson, HPS Superintendent

Mrs. Karla Garvin, HPS Montessori Director

Ms. Dominique Ross, HHS Guidance Department Leader

Mr. David Jordan, Robert Adams Middle School Vice Principal

Mrs. Jaime Slaney, Sam Placentino Elementary Principal

If you missed the film, you can review the trailer at www.mltsfilm.org and see excerpts from the film where Sir Ken Robinson and other thought leaders tackle the most important issues facing education today:

  • Sir Ken Robinson on our current educational system: https://vimeo.com/116808028
  • Linda Darling-Hammond on grit & perseverance: https://vimeo.com/116810306
  • Sal Khan on human capital: https://vimeo.com/116809426
  • Andy MacAfee on the Industrial Revolution: https://vimeo.com/116808046

We look forward to welcoming you back and continuing the conversation about the changing landscape of education within our community.

For questions, email Lynne Rahim at therahims@verizon.net

This is not a school sponsored event.

 

 

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