Town Hall - February 25, 2021 (Bond Update #2)
Caledonia Community Schools is hosting monthly Virtual Town Hall discussions to inform our community about some exciting changes evolving in our district. On February 25th at 6:30 we will be hosting our next Town Hall. This Town Hall will focus on bond updates that are associated with each elementary building, as well as updates to our transportation zones. We will also be updating you on some future elementary bond projects that are being planned.
- Public viewing via click Livestream
- Public viewing on mobile devices click Mobile Livestream
- Public audio-only dial (301)715-8592 Meeting ID: 812 3364 4506#
- Public participation via click Zoom Webinar to ask questions during the Q&A portion of the presentation.
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Town Hall - January 28, 2021 (Bond Update #1)
Town Hall - January 28, 2021
Caledonia Community Schools hosted a Virtual Town Hall discussion on January 28, 2021, to inform our community about some exciting changes evolving in our district. This month’s discussion focused on the upcoming Community Center, as well as changes to Duncan Lake, Kraft Meadows, and Glenmor buildings as we prepare for the transition to 5th/6th and 7th/8th school facilities.
If you were unable to join us, here is a LINK to the recording.
Local panelists included:
- Bill Robertson, President of Bill Robertson Pool Design - Pool Specialist for the proposed Community Center
- Shane Napper, President of Rockford Construction - Construction Manager for the proposed Community Center
- Travis Michael Sage, Principal at Stantec Architecture Inc. - Architects for the proposed Community Center
- Dr. Dedrick Martin, Superintendent of Caledonia Community Schools
- Matt Hess, Executive Director of Operations and Transportation
Town Hall - December 10, 2020 (Social Dilemma)
The Social Dilemma - Facilitated Discussion Follow Up
On Thursday, December 10, CCS hosted a virtual, facilitated discussion about “ The Social Dilemma ” a documentary film that premiered on Netflix this year, illuminating the consequences of social networking on our society. The film features tech professionals, researchers, and activists who are working to align technology with the best interests of humanity.
If you were unable to join us, here is a LINK to the recording. You do not want to miss the wisdom of the panelists and the students who gave us insight into how social media impacts them.
Local panelists included:
- CHS Students
- Dr. Brittany Barber-Garcia, Adolescent Psychologist
- Ms. Jennifer Hacht, Caledonia Babble co-administrator
- Dr. Brandy Lovelady-Mitchell, KISD Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- Dr. Dedrick Martin, Superintendent
- Mr. Chris McKenna, Founder of Protect Young Eyes