Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Dale Ellis will host two nights of public meetings in the coming weeks.
They’re called “Community Area Advisory” meetings, and they are designed to give parents and citizens an opportunity to address school administrators with regard to current issues and education planning priorities.
Dr. Ellis said the meetings are meant to be “very informal and parent-friendly,” and that he “want(s) everyone to feel comfortable asking questions or making comments, which will help (the) district continue to improve.”
The meetings are Mon., Oct. 14 at East Montgomery High School, and Wed., Oct. 16, and West Montgomery. Each meeting will begin with a free dinner at 5:30 p.m.
More information is available from the Montgomery County Schools office at 910-576-6511.