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Community Workshops - Hosted by the CM201-U Board of Education
Representative Will Davis leads CM 201-U panel discussion about Senate Bill 100 and its impact on student discipline
COMMUNITY UNITY: Rep. Will Davis is joined by Dr. Monica Spence, CM 201-U Asst. Superintendent of Student Affairs; Dr. Nakia Hall, Board President; Mrs. Kimberly Sanders, Board Secretary; Atty. Candace Moore , staff attorney with the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee and Dr. Melina Wright, Division Administration/Federal Liaison at the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
The Crete-Monee School District 201-U Board of Education recently hosted its first-ever Community Workshop series on April 25, 2016 at Crete-Monee High School. The event offered a variety of free informational workshops for parents and community members on topic such as: Understanding State Assessments, Family Engagement, the CMMS International Baccalaureate Program curriculum, The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), and more. Rep. Will Davis (30th District) was joined in a panel discussion by Attorney Candace Moore of the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee to help parents better understand the purpose and long-term impact of new Senate Bill 100 on school discipline. A Q&A session after the panel discussion allowed attendees to ask and have answered their specific questions about the bill, which takes effect September 2016. Members of the district Information Technology team were also on hand throughout the evening to assist parents with setting up educational applications such as CM 201-U, Skyward and Google apps.