A Conversation About Student Preparation
How Prepared are Students for the World Beyond High School?
AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS AND INFORMATION TO HELP STUDENTS
MODERATOR: Dr. Herbert W. Hunt
DATE: November 6, 2015
TIME: 8:30 AM—Noon
LOCATION: Cranberry Municipal Building
NO REGISTRATION FEE
Event Sponsored by CLARK’S STUDIO
This EVENT is designed to provide feedback and ideas that will lead to success for ALL students
All participants will be a part of one of three groups listed below
Panel #1 —Educators from a variety of districts: Kindergarten through High School
Panel #2 —Experts from the Business Community, Military, College/ University, Technical/ Trade Schools
A FOCUS GROUP—Administrators, Teachers, School Counselors and others
Sample questions that will be discussed:
What programs are in place to help students find their career passion and help them attain the skills and knowledge they need for future jobs?
How should students be prepared for college?
How should students who are not going to college be prepared for future jobs?
Are all students encouraged to take rigorous courses in high school, regardless of their plans after graduation?
This Event is open to Administrators, Teachers, Guidance Counselors, Parents, Board Members, College Professors and everyone interested in the success of students in grades k-12 and beyond.
Educators are # 1 and doing a GREAT Job. This event will make you even better.