Grandview Elementary and Selma Street Elementary will hold their Bright Key® stakeholder meetings to discuss the Bright Key® vision statement, goals and programs for each school. Highlands Elementary held their Bright Key® stakeholder meeting on June 9.
Parents and community members of Grandview Elementary and Selma Street Elementary are encouraged to attend the meetings and provide their input. Melanie Hill, Bright Key® program developer, will lead the meetings.
Selma Street Elementary Meeting:
Tuesday, June 23 at 5:30 p.m. in the Selma Street cafeteria. Dinner provided.
Grandview Elementary Meeting:
Wednesday, June 24 at noon at the Parks Chapel A.M.E Church in the fellowship hall. Lunch will be provided.
Bright Key®, a concept turning public schools into energized centers for services by adding programs focusing on the whole child, including his/her school, family and community, was approved on Feb. 17 by the Dothan City School Board. The school meetings are structured to allow the stakeholders to express what programs and opportunities they believe are needed for their child and its school.
Hill is available to answer any questions the media may have regarding Bright Key®. If any media would like to set up a one-on-one Q&A, please contact 334.673.1010.
ABOUT BRIGHT KEY®
Started in 2015, Bright Key® is a program transforming public schools into community hubs where students and families participate in services and activities to meet their needs. For more information, visit www.brightkeywiregrass.org.