Students are asking the questions this month

COVID-19 Resources and Updates, Student Voices | 07/01/2020

Katie Gustainis
Marketing & Communications Director, Stand for Children Washington

High school students from across Washington are invited to join a brainstorming session about re-opening and re-imagining our schools. During Stand for Children’s first Student listening Session in May, students made it clear that they did not have enough opportunities to share their voice. This meeting is an opportunity for students to brainstorm and share ideas for how they can be better served by their schools. It will also be focused on brainstorming questions in preparation for a Student-led Q&A with State Superintendent Chris Reykdal happening on July 27.

For the first 30 students who register and also attend, your time will be compensated with a $25 gift card to Amazon.

Student Brainstorming Session: Re-opening and Re-imagining Schools

Monday, July 13, 12PM-1PM 

(This will be a student-led and student-centered space – if you are not currently a high school student, we kindly ask that you do not register to join us.)

Register at bit.ly/wastudentbrainstorm

As we prepare for a new school year in a time of COVID-19 and ongoing conversations about racial justice and equity in education, Superintendent Chris Reykdal will answer questions from Washington high school students about what school will look like in 2020-21.  This will be a student-led discussion about how our opportunity to reimagine schools as we reopen their doors.

All are encouraged to join.

Student-led Q&A with Superintendent Reykdal

Monday, July 27, 2PM-3PM

Register at bit.ly/wastudentquestions

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