Advocate FHSD grew from a small community of 250 to nearly 1,600 since the June 22nd regular board meeting where the culture of kindness resolution was adopted. We can't tell you how humbling it is to have that large of a community joining this effort. Whether you are here for information, to help take action, or are somewhere in-between, you are welcome here. We also love hearing your ideas, keep them coming! Have feedback? Email us at AdvocateFHSD@gmail.com
Six committees were initially identified and organized. The Advocate FHSD admin team met with members of the initial 6 committees and talked about overall purpose and consolidation. The committees are being better categorized, and will be organized into subgroups utilizing a new Facebook tool, allowing us to be better connected. Those are currently in development, and will have additional opportunities to join. This is still a continued experiment as we test the waters to see what works best for our great community. Stay tuned!
WHAT IMMEDIATE ACTIONS CAN YOU TAKE?
The most important thing we can do as a community is to show up. And showing up means something different for everyone. Some are comfortable attending meetings, our PTO's are desperate for members and are a great way to stay connected with all the goings-on in our schools. For some people, writing a letter or email to the board is a big first step. All we can say is, it helps. Whatever step you take, it helps.
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